No Waiting Until Next Year
bill utter

BY Bill Utter

September 13, 2019

Grisko Culture

The days are shorter, schools are open again, and fall is in the air. Just the right time to take stock of Chicago’s #1 spectator sport – architecture. Hold on there, what are you talking about? What about Da Bears and 100 years of football? What about October baseball in the Friendly Confines? Yes, I […]

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BY Bill Utter

September 13, 2019

Grisko Culture

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Election Polls: A Look Behind the Numbers
terri cornelius

BY Terri Cornelius

August 29, 2019

Public Affairs Public Relations

As the 2020 presidential campaign ramps up, we’re getting hit almost daily with new candidate polls, often with wildly different results. Case in point, the most recent CNN poll shows Democratic candidate Kamala Harris plunged from second place with 17% support in June, to 5% support and tied for fourth place. Her strong debate performance […]

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BY Terri Cornelius

August 29, 2019

Public Affairs Public Relations

Social Media Could Be in Deep for Fakes
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BY Kat Kuda

August 8, 2019

Digital

Digital technology is ever-changing and always advancing. This is great for humanity. It creates efficient, unique answers to current challenges. The internet—and specifically social media—has permanently changed how we communicate and gather information. But not all of these changes are positive. The United States government is fighting a new technological threat—deepfakes. Deepfakes are videos that […]

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BY Kat Kuda

August 8, 2019

Digital

Souvenirs from This Summer’s Political Carnival

BY Tanner Edwards

July 25, 2019

Public Affairs

At least twenty-five Democrats – for now! – have taken the plunge and launched campaigns for the presidency in 2020. This crowded primary is approaching a turning point, though. With increasingly difficult requirements to qualify for debates, painful fundraising realities and other laws of political gravity looming, the field should soon begin to shrink. That […]

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BY Tanner Edwards

July 25, 2019

Public Affairs

local news
Real News
bill utter

BY Bill Utter

July 15, 2019

Public Affairs

You’d be hard pressed to find two places more different than Youngstown, Ohio and Miami, Florida. One is a struggling industrial city, the other a tropical melting pot of cultures. But in recent days both cities were united in an unlikely way by providing visible evidence on the state of journalism in America, both good […]

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BY Bill Utter

July 15, 2019

Public Affairs

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