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“icons” by reallyboring is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 UIC student Ruth George was strangled to death in a campus parking garage on Nov. 25. Afterward, it sent shockwaves throughout the campus as there were significant outcries from UIC students, her family, and friends to enforce UIC’s security measures. On Feb. 5, the Halsted BlueContinue reading “Recent Crime Around UIC Calls Into Question Campus Safety”
The new virus with no know cure, coronavirus, has been a threat globally since last December. First occurred in Wuhan, China, the infected cases sharply rose within 3 months, reaching over 120,000 cases as of March, 2020. In January, both the death toll and infections in China steadily increased while the cases outside of ChinaContinue reading “Coronavirus Outbreak Timeline”
Chicago is well known for its convenience with accessing public transportation, whether it being bus or “L” train operated by Chicago Transit Authority. With 24-hour operation, over a million of people take the public transportation a day. When it comes to ground transportation, however, there is an alternative. Riding a bike is recommended even whenContinue reading “Public Bus Transportation up Against Bike Sharing System in Chicago”