Health for All: 5 Articles on Promoting Diversity in COVID-19 Research

This blog post was researched and created in partnership with Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Diversity in clinical research trials, such as the COVID-19 vaccine trials, is scientifically important. Testing medications on different people helps researchers develop drugs that will work well for everyone. This is also a way to learn about how side…
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If You Liked Mexican Gothic

Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia has themes of horror, mystery and thriller all in one package, which is a perfect combination in my opinion. The setting of Mexican Gothic is a place that I will not soon forget: High Place, a remote hilltop estate in the Mexican countryside, a manor that is rumored to make…
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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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