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Two Unconventional Conventions: Takeaways for the Communicator

BY Tanner Edwards

September 4, 2020

Public Affairs

The nomination speeches have been delivered, the digital balloons dropped, and the Rhode Island calamari has captivated social media. The two major party conventions – unconventional as they were – are history, and the country now turns to the final two-month sprint to Election Day. As the politicos watch for post-convention changes in the polls, […]

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BY Tanner Edwards

September 4, 2020

Public Affairs

Pandemic Responses Around the World: Who’s Doing it Right?
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BY Carolyn Grisko

August 11, 2020

Public Affairs

The steady drumbeat of big news stories in Chicago can make it difficult to step back and contemplate events on a global scale. But with the pandemic continuing to taking a heavy toll and no effective solutions (i.e., fast, widespread testing, a vaccine) at hand, our team understood the unique and important opportunity to participate […]

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BY Carolyn Grisko

August 11, 2020

Public Affairs

Chicago’s Census Cowboy and Other Tactics in 2020 – Absurd or Effective?
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BY Kristin Monroe

August 2, 2020

Public Affairs

In Illinois, we’ve seen our city and state governing bodies step up to stop the spread of COVID-19. Living in Chicago, I’ve relied on Mayor Lori Lightfoot and her administration for science-based actions and clear updates on health and safety measures. I admire her administration’s willingness to jump on new communications platforms and execute attention-grabbing […]

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BY Kristin Monroe

August 2, 2020

Public Affairs

Chicago’s Next Dance
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BY Private: Bill Utter

May 19, 2020

Public Affairs

It was appointment television for five straight Sundays, that brilliant ESPN documentary “The Last Dance” that chronicled Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls on their epic journey to six championships in the 1990s. Even folks who are not sports fans found something to cheer about during this stay-at-home season we are all enduring. It was […]

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BY Private: Bill Utter

May 19, 2020

Public Affairs

This City Should Talk
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BY Private: Bill Utter

February 17, 2020

Public Affairs

For those who aren’t basketball fans you can be excused for missing the NBA All-Star weekend festivities that wrapped up Sunday night. Our Bulls and college teams have struggled in recent years (save Loyola’s magical run) so basketball does not dominate the headlines. But if you are from Chicago and love the city, warts and […]

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BY Private: Bill Utter

February 17, 2020

Public Affairs

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