Cybersecurity Month: Books and Websites to Protect Yourself Online

According to the Pew Research Center's Americans and Cybersecurity report, a majority of Americans—64%—have personally gone through some type of data theft. While figures like this prove the importance of cybersecurity, that same report also indicates that many Americans don't follow security best practices when it comes to their own digital lives. This illustrates another…
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Top Picks: Mike Ditka

Let's talk about one of the men most synonymous with Chicago football: Mike Ditka, who turns 80 on October 18. Raised in Aliquippa, Pa., Ditka began his NFL career as a tight end for the Chicago Bears from 1961-1966. Before retiring as a player in 1972, he did stints with the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas…
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Thanksgiving Greetings: Historical Cards from Chicago

Growing up, my favorite holiday was always Thanksgiving. Most of my family’s Turkey Day traditions were the same as many other Americans—visiting family, eating too much turkey and pie, napping and watching a little football. A few of our traditions may have been more unique to us—teasing Grandma about always bringing two cans of cranberry…
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We Are: Self-Portraits as Artistic Exploration

How do you see yourself? How do your express yourself? Students from the Southside Occupational High School, a transition center for students with disabilities between 16 and 22 years old, addressed these questions through their art, creating a series self-portraits using a printmaking process. The result was We Are… Artwork by Students from Southside Occupational…
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