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Well, we get together and share what we have learned individually [about opera] with each other in a way I think serves the profession. He said the collaboration between so many opera professionals allows for a large amount of creative growth and development.

We work together,we get to know each other and we share ideas on a regular basis. Knutsen said people would definitely find something to relate to if they gave opera a chance. Fashion, to me, can be quite ridiculous. Many of the photos spotted in glossy magazine spreads are things I never see people wearing—and I live in the Gold Coast where clothing boutiques thrive among the upper-class community. Browsing through various blogs online, I found photos of some clothing made out of artichoke hearts, pieces of bread and pasta. But then again, people like Gaga get away.

Will food clothing turn into another way of proving how wealthy one is? What I do understand about this trend is its main purpose of artistic expression. People spend countless hours perfecting their crafts and making designs they can be proud of. Just as illustrators, musicians and writers have an artistic vision, so do designers.

But what is keeping me from enjoying this art form are the less sensible people who hold designs such as these as fashion necessities. However, I will take the time to give kudos to the designers who create these garments out of food. They are quite impressive. I just wish people would stop holding unrealistic fashion on a high pedestal. Respect it as an art form, not a way to define class. King previously worked with the King of Pop as a backup dancer for Jackson for two years on his —93 Dangerous world tour.

That show is a couple of years off. Images reminiscent of the Mexican. While their expectations typically start low, artists always deliver. People kept running up to Pagacz, telling him their chosen death and running back to spin the wheel. According to Pagacz, the people in the crowd seemed really excited to find out how they were going to die. The talent level the show drew—outside of the usual low-brow contributors—added to the sale incentive. Enter through the Tattoo Factory, N. Broadway, open daily from 10 a.

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All offers available with student or staff I. Harrison St. Next to Travelodge. Producer James Murphy is the mastermind behind LCD Soundsystem, writing and performing all vocal, instrumental and electronic parts on studio albums. United States Was it the right song to end with? I would kill myself before I did that. But people want to be pandered to. There are prescribed songs. There is a catechism to it, though we adjust. It can feel hollow, like telling someone you love them every five seconds.

I think of us as destroying expectations, which gives an opportunity to build something natural. This never changes. It gives some rhythmic variety. Our songs are long. So we usually weed. We only fit a certain number of songs into an hour. This is an attempt to draw the audience into the facets of the architecture the dancers drew inspiration from. For example, cameras bend over the railing in the train station from three different angles giving the audience the sensation of bending over the railing and exploring the space. Collaborating with Chicago-based composer Barry Bennett to create music for the piece, Judy originally intended to have a live accompaniment with the entire performance.

One dancer who was a part of the year-long exploration is unable to dance in the performance because of a family emergency. The outlook Judy developed throughout the past year in creating the piece was that she could adapt more easily, as did the other dancers in the show. She said having the pressure of the grant to change her process showed her different ways exist to approach each Breakbone performance.

Western Ave. Featuring in-store performances by any number of bands signed to indie-folk label Carrot Top Records or otherwise, as well as hosting cultural events that speak to the neighborhood of Logan Square are examples of diversification of events at Saki Records. For example, an astronomer night is in the works, which will include a lecture on urban astronomy coupled with a performance by Chicago-based band The Astronomer and astronomy-themed art.

Up to 70 people have attended various events at the unconventional shop, Andrews said. Saki online store—and founded the label Carrot Top Records in To do that, you have to engage the local community and the broader music community in a different way. Monaghan said six months from now the shop will likely look different, as he hopes to expand its event calendar.

For more information on Saki Records, visit SakiStore. Chicago Il, Must be 17 or older to attend. No purchase necessary. Prizes cannot be exchanged, transferred, or redeemed for cash in whole or in part. Prizes received through this promotion are not for resale. Prolific French filmmaker bows out gracefully New Wave pioneer revered by many, delivers goods with closing picture. Bellamy soon finds himself caught up in a murder mystery equal parts absurd and compelling. The film is currently showing in select cities. His characters are seemingly decent human beings yet have something they conceal from others.

Also like Hitchcock, Chabrol builds suspense through a pitiless yet stylish visual authority—he was particularly gifted in his use of space and framing. The clearest example of this is the manner in which Bellamy handles the case. Perhaps his most Hitchcockian aspect is an examination of the relationship between guilt and the indi-. The film ends with a quote from the poet W. Generous support is provided by Bruce and Martha Atwater. Additional support is provided by Neil G. Der diagnostische Blick V, Oil on canvas. Private collection. Dear CWTV. I would make time for the show every week if CWTV.

But I swear to God every time a character is forming a new alliance or finding out someone is pregnant, the picture cuts out. I end up swearing to myself and opening a new tab every single time it happens. Oh yeah, and they also have a million advertisements with Flash plug-ins on their site, and my feeble, four-year-old laptop makes weird, whirring noises when it has to try so hard.

Tragic, I know. The nature of that show makes it difficult to miss episodes or watch terrible, choppy versions of them. Are you wearing plaid? Change the urban background to a forest, and we all would look like a bunch of lumberjacks. Our school is prime picking for the next Al Borland. Do you smoke? Take advanAre you an emo-kid-graduated hipster? It City Soundtrack or Chiodos albums with a Carla has delicious salads, loaded baked potatoes Bruni one.

Kingoberry opens on Nov. I wonder if she would still have this effect if Chicago Carry Out. It has great specials, and I always leave with a smile on my face. Are you planning on dying in a freak accident? Seeing as this is an food. South Loop Club is another favorite of mine art school, getting struck by lightning or falling off and has been around for a long time. You should may be the most appropriate way to go out.

His tentative shift from homeless to living in a bar is executed with vulnerability and respect for the subject matter. The cinematography of the dangerous and beautiful winter landscape is gorgeous and carries the film. The film is not for the faint of heart, as it features lots of sheep blood. In the Nov. The World Series may have been boring for some, but at least a different team took the title this year. The extra commentary on each strip makes it well worth the price, though. The book collects every comic from the year , with writer Jerry Holkins either explaining the idea that inspired each strip or ranting about any old thing.

Either way is hilarious, insightful and definitely worth checking out. From proving Franco has traveled through time to Franco dressed as a Franco impersonator on Halloween, the semi-fictional posts on this blog reflect the real life versatility of the zany actor. Or rather, actor turned screenwriter turned doctoral student turned performance artist turned painter.

Recently, I took a four-hour bus trip to Indiana. This new show on E! If the stories all had happy endings, that would be one thing, but when the main characters are left with no positive outcomes, I feel like the exposure of their personal insecurities and tragedies for the sake of entertainment has caused reality TV to reach a new low. It has been said the ratings have gone down but I think the season is interesting.

Newcomer Phaedra Parks, a lawyer with an ex-con husband, is hilarious. There are already lights up on State Street, and next is the start of the Christmas music. This is definitely the best time of year. Kudos to Cuomo and co. Songs are uploaded constantly, so there is always something new to be found. Airfare to the West Coast often borders on nonsensical, unfortunately, making it impossible for me to visit home whenever I choose. I sometimes find myself wishing I was from, say, Indiana, and therefore visiting home would be much simpler.

But then I picture myself being from Indiana and I die a little inside. They never seem to be as good as they look on the box. But after spending too much money to get food on the go and not having enough time to prepare a lunch at night, I have given in. And I am not too disappointed. While similar programs at other colleges garner 10 to 20 percent average readership, The Loop has more than 40 percent. There is a disconnect at Columbia between the student body and the campus.

Attendance at campus events can be embarrassingly slim, and participation in surveys and contests is usually low. There are several factors to blame: Columbia is a commuter school, the campus has no student center or central hub, students are too busy, campus events compete against events throughout Chicago—and the list goes on. But some reasons are much simpler. The most effective way to reach students still seems to be a poster. For instance, a poster for a lecture with a noted cinematographer posted in the Film and Video Department.

These posters are sometimes taken down because Columbia prohibits posting in certain places. The Loop could benefit from more customizable options within its event listings. But a weekly newsletter poses other challenges, too. For busy students who need to plan their schedules, a calendar that lists events more than one week in advance would be appreciated.

For more spontaneous students, a week is too far ahead. More social media could be used by individual departments to address the dilemma of both types of students. Attendance at photography events is noticeably higher, based on student observations. In the meantime, we want departments to keep the posters coming and consider other direct lines of communication.

Despite so many cutting edge ways to communicate, simplicity is still effective. The minimum age to apply for the police academy was raised from 21 to 25, and a written entrance exam will be given for the first time in four years. At least 20 percent of enrollment will be reserved for military veterans. Veterans who have served for three consecutive years and have at least 30 hours of college credit along with CPD police cadets can still apply at age In a time when the CPD is short more than 2, officers a day, according to the Chicago Sun Times, it is important that the few who can be added to the force are the most qualified.

However, it has been speculated that the new requirements are based on budget concerns in order to target the most prepared individuals who might need the least amount of training. There are a few more steps the CPD could take in order to show citizens this is not the case. Cadets work in the districts learning how to become officers by receiving daily, hands-on training—their level of preparedness is already higher than other candidates.

Additionally, while it makes sense for the CPD to recruit veterans, allotting them a certain number of spots could potentially exclude other equally qualified applicants. If they are the most qualified, as many of them likely are, it will be reflected in the application. Although officers hired under the new requirements will likely be more experienced, CPD training should not be scaled back as a result. Training with the CPD goes well beyond the state mandate of requiring hours, with extra training pertaining to issues a major metropolis faces, such as gang violence and terrorism awareness.

The CPD has taken a bold step to ensure the estimated officers it will hire next year are of the highest caliber. Belonging gives me an opportunity to be for myself at the same time as I am for others. I can act for self interest and for the common good, something of a rarity in modern society. I also love working at and for Columbia. Not every supervisor is fair. Dismissals can be arbitrary; administrators powerful. With a union, I have dignity and due process. The following week you did yet another bad-ass thing in the eyes of this Columbia vegan.

In fact, she lists soy milk as an ingredient, as well as margarine, which has a lot of vegan substitutes. The recipe is egg free, too. Whether or not this was on purpose, I totally dig it. Thank you so much for providing a cute, seasonal recipe accessible to all of the Columbia community, vegans included!

Did you catch a mistake, think we could have covered a story better or believe strongly about an issue that faces all of us here at Columbia? Why not write a letter to the editor? Let us hear from you. It garnered the top spot in But, when I was hit by a bus while biking on Oct. These rankings and awards consider infrastructure, scenery and other tangible. Only 20 percent of those surveyed said they consider themselves part of the movement.

The most dangerous situations often occur on the right side of the road where cyclists should be positioned. Car doors fly open and drivers turn right, crossing the bike lane without signaling or checking mirrors. The collision I was involved in occurred during morning rush hour on Milwaukee Avenue, a major route for bicycle commuters. While riding in the bike lane, a bus passed me in order to pull up to the next stop.

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It quickly merged to the right at a sharp angle, cutting me off. Although illegal, this happens to cyclists all the time. The problem occurred because a semitrailer was parked in a no-parking zone. If I were another foot or so forward I would have been pinched between two ton vehicles. Luckily, this all happened at a speed of about five miles an hour, and I came out. I quickly ran up to the bus door to tell the driver how I had been knocked over, with no intent to file an accident report. The driver shouted at me and slammed the doors shut onto my shoulders.

While I had one foot in and one foot out of the bus he attempted to pull away from the curb. Passengers screamed at the driver to stop. At that point I changed my mind—I was calling the police. As the bus pulled off, a friend and fellow bike commuter passed and stopped. Shaking with anger, I explained what happened and we called the police.

Both police and Chicago Transit Authority officials came to the scene and I walked them through the accident, step by step, wanting to make the report as accurate as possible. I explained the altercation with the driver, and they quickly took the necessary steps to intercept the driver on his reverse route. He was promptly suspended, and I plan to follow through to make sure he is properly penalized. The most disconcerting moment of the.

Twenty nine percent of those surveyed in the Pew Research Center study released on Oct. Percentage of Americans who are dissatisfied with how local congressional candidates are conducting their campaigns, according to a Gallup Poll released on Oct. Among different political groups, independents are the least satisfied with how congressional candidates are conducting their campaigns. A cyclist barely has a chance against a mid-sized sedan, let alone a city bus.

Perhaps the driver was at his breaking point. Surely he has to maneuver around hundreds of cyclists every day, and many of them do not yield, signal or stop as they should. But I am not one of those cyclists. I had the right of way. I think no less of bus drivers since this incident, and I hope the driver thinks no less of cyclists.

But even if that is not the case, when is the penalty for a traffic violation death? This driver seemed to have no qualms about throwing me under the bus, quite literally. Cyclists and pedestrians are the most vulnerable road users. Please view the video the Chicago Bicycling Program released on how cyclists and buses should safely share the right lane: Vimeo.

Percentage of likely U. The world I lived in and the scope of my knowledge was limited, positively and negatively, by the views of the church. The church preached basic Christian values, yet we rarely dealt with tough topics. I knew nothing of gender inequality before college. Now, I consider myself a feminist.

I believe women should be equal to men, regardless of what part of the world they live in, who they love or the color of their skin. I owe this view to my education at. Columbia and an intelligent group of female friends. A Rasmussen Report released on Nov. Forty-two percent disagree and think they are not paid the same.

Fifteen percent are unsure. To break down these statistics further, 55 percent of employed males say men and women receive equal pay, while 66 percent of women say men and women do not. The 43 percent of Americans who are unaware of, ignore or deny the salary inequality of women is alarming. If 66 percent of women believe they do not receive equal pay, the remaining 34 percent of women think they are paid equally or are unaware of a proven fact. Other statistics have shown women and men are not paid the same. The U. Census Bureau reported that among fulltime, year-round workers in , U.

In Illinois, women earned 77 cents. Feminism is a movement for full gender equality—socially, economically and politically. I am a feminist because I am a woman who believes I should be equal to a man. As with any major ideology or movement, you will find extremists.

There are intensely conservative Christians and there are zealous anarchists. Looking past these radical individuals who generally receive the most media attention , they do not represent the majority. A feminist obviously does not believe in the eradication of men. Similarly, not all feminists are women.

I stand for the equal rights of women and men. Women should be paid the same as men for doing the same work. According to the U. Department of Labor, women comprised In the same Rasmussen survey, 23 per-. Awareness and education are essential to equality. Those who are considered unequal need to talk about their experience, end the cycle and reach out to others treated unfairly.

If someone experiences discrimination in the workplace, file a charge with the Illinois Department of Human Rights. Inequality exists because of ignorance. The United States is making progress. Department of Labor, 51 percent of high-paying management, professional and related occupations are held by women. One day, women will earn the same amount as men. We must not lose sight of what is beyond us. Women living outside the United States are still women.

Gay women are still women. Store Hours : M-F 11am - 6pm 33 E. All prices and offers subject to change without notice. All offers valid while supplies last. No rainchecks or special orders. All offers listed are valid on in-store only purchases. All sales are final. Crawford estimates the minimum damage done to his home, in the block South 7th Ave. The trauma of loss affected residents who felt they were qualified—and received nothing—as well as people who felt they should have gotten more. Flood victims are encouraged to reapply when they have remaining unpaid disaster expenses.

Crawford, for one, plans to do exactly that. Many flood victims, including Crawford, are quick to note FEMA has done a great deal to help those affected. Danny Davis, whose North Austin home was also damaged by the flood. The terrorists, believed to be a branch of al-Qaida in Yemen, were also challenging investigators to piece together a historical puzzle—the names on the packages belonged to two men, one of whom lived in the 12th century, the other in the 16th century. The bombs, found on Oct. Investigators think the plotters used an outdated directory of Chicago Jewish institutions available on the Internet.


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  6. The other was believed to have been sent to an inactive Orthodox synagogue on Pratt Avenue in East Rogers Park, the official said. How can we still cause terror, one way or another? That would have given the terrorists a working estimate of when to set off the bombs. If the timing device failed or the aircraft arrived earlier than estimated, the terrorists would still have a chance to wreak havoc. The name on one package was Reynald. The water line can be seen on the door far left. After demolition, Virgil Crawford found out his dry wall was doubled and the cost of fixing the damage to his basement would run much more than originally expected.

    Nearly a month after a state of emergency was declared in suburban Westchester, Ill. Since the July 24 flooding, those seven counties have generated more than , applications seeking assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The vast majority of these applications. According to FEMA, the flood was larger than most people think. The disaster caused widespread power outages and millions of dollars in personal property damage across the seven counties.

    The day back in Springfield was a precursor to the fall session scheduled to start on Nov. Whether lame-duck lawmakers will raise the income tax before their replacements take office in January is in limbo. A tax hike would take fewer votes to pass in January, making the new year a potentially easier political path, especially for departing lawmakers. Pressure remains for the Senate to resolve the borrowing impasse before the new session begins in mid-January. Democrats lost seats in the House and Senate, so there will be fewer of them to pass a borrowing plan come January.

    Cullerton currently has 37 Democratic seats, and it takes 36 votes to approve a borrowing plan in the Senate. A couple of Senate Democrats have been unwilling to support more borrowing. They include Sen.

    Heather Steans of Chicago, who said on Nov. Another Democrat, Sen. Michael Noland of Elgin, Ill. Steve Rauschenberger of Elgin. The House passed the borrowing proposal with the help of two lame-duck Republicans in the spring, ratcheting up. But Madigan appeared to sustain a net loss of six seats in the election.

    That would cut his Democratic majority to when the new legislature takes office. With fewer Democrats next year, the chances the House could pass a new version of the borrowing plan in the next session would be dimmer unless more Republicans would go along—an unlikely scenario. She questioned whether there will be any vote taken on the borrowing package on Nov.

    Cullerton spokesman John Patterson said the session in Springfield was scheduled long ago to accommodate Gov. The photojournalism classes of Columbia covered election night at various headquarters. The students found themselves next to photographers from mainstream media outlets, taking pictures that ran on newspaper covers across the state. Both pieces of legislation would work to reduce or limit tuition costs, simplify the federal aid process for students and expand support for low-income and minority students.

    Despite these votes in favor of students, Redfield said it will take time to get out of the financial morass that has made the proper funding of education difficult around the country. The former opponents bers how important higher education is and both had a beer at the famous Billy Goat how important universities are in terms of Tavern, N. Hopkins lived in the basement. If there had not been an extension, a lot of people would not have been able to sit down and look at what had really happened to them. Though individuals are not required to apply for an SBA loan, applicants must complete a loan application, if issued one, in.

    Many residents had been confused regarding their eligibility, as well as how to go about receiving aid through the process required to obtain it. According to Richard Gifford, spokesman for FEMA, the current relief effort, including loans and grants, is the largest individual assistance disaster in Illinois history.

    The agency was still receiving, on average, — new registrations per day as of Nov. Let FEMA come out and determine if you qualify or not. Along with local municipalities that exhausted funds during the disaster, an economy that exacerbates the problem has made it more difficult for the city to cope with emergencies. Diego Deza targeted Jews during the Spanish Inquisition. Presumably, if the bombs had exploded, Continued from PG.

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    Serrano contributed to prince who was defeated and beheaded by this report. Saladin, the Muslim general celebrated in chronicle colum. Chicago City Council considered banning caffeinated-alcoholic beverages in a meeting on Nov. According to ChicagoNow. The ban would not include bartenders who mix drinks such as Red Bull and vodka.

    The Food and Drug Administration is examining whether alcohol and caffeine can be mixed safely and consumed. The ban comes after incidents on campuses when college students became sick after drinking Four Loko, made by Chicago company Phusion Projects. Two women were convicted on Nov. According to ChicagoTribune. The women decided to attack after a man, dating both the women, broke up with them to live with Medina. Olvera-Garcia was sentenced to 42 years in prison, and Garcia was sentenced to 44 years. A revision to raise the age of applicants to the Chicago Police Department from age 21 to 25 was revoked on Nov.

    However, applicants still cannot enter the academy until they are The police entrance exam being administered on Dec. According to ChicagoBreakingNews. Huberman said he does not plan to serve under the new administration following Mayor Richard M. Compiled by Chronicle staff with information provided by the Chicago Police Department. Map courtesy of Google Earth. According to police reports on Oct.

    The victim said she was robbed of her purse by a suspect while waiting for the train. Officers responded to an attempted suicide on Halloween night at the University Center of Chicago, S. Emergency Medical Services were on the scene. The victim and her roommate went to a party the previous night and drank, but the student said the victim showed no signs of depression that night. The victim said she does not know why she began to cut herself. The parents brought the baby into the emergency room at S.

    Two bomb threats were called into Columbia on Nov. According to police reports, the S. Building was evacuated on Nov. After evacuation and bomb sweep, nothing was found. On Nov. Congress Parkway Building, but the building was not evacuated. Before the end of November ongoing social or romantic power struggles will be resolved: After Tuesday expect renewed respect and cooperation. Monday through Wednesday workplace rules and regulations may increase. If so, watch for authority figures to set new standards or demand fast results. This week may initiate several improved job routines, financial proposals or creative business ideas.

    Stay receptive to meaningful change: Obvious pathways will soon be revealed. Remain thoughtful and wait for detailed discussion: At present, friends and lovers may need to work through delicate issues of intimacy or trust. Employment relationships and financial promises, after Thursday, may be briefly unreliable. Take time to thoroughly study documents, instructions and new communications. Colleagues and key officials may easily revise their facts: Stay open to quick changes. Throughout the next few days expect authority figures, work partners and close friends to present controversial ideas.

    Short trips and creative solutions are now promising: remain patient and watch for sustained progress. After midweek a romantic proposal may arrive without warning. Sensuality and passion will quickly escalate. Remain cautious, however, and wait for reliable commitments. Past emotions need to fade: Ask gently probing questions. Refuse to be dissuaded: Romantic hopes and social decisions will soon be brought into balance. Midweek business routines will be briefly disrupted by lost documents, delayed permissions or costly miscommunications.

    Bosses and managers may be unavailable for instructions. Remain patient and study the implications of ongoing mistakes. After Friday contact old friends: Your presence is missed. Before mid-week expect friends and colleagues to propose new money strategies or announce elaborate career schemes. Thursday through Saturday highlights quick home discussions and rare family decisions.

    Areas affected may involve recent money obligations, changing job expectations and revised schedules.

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    Loved ones may be unusually moody: Stay dedicated to slow progress. Throughout the next five days watch for colleagues and friends to adopt a more creative approach to team problems. Tuesday through Thursday accents family discussions and home improvements. Friends and relatives may ask for revised schedules, quick decisions or new roles. Refuse to be dissuaded: group dynamics will work to your advantage. Later this week respond quickly to the observations of loved ones: Family financial decisions may soon be necessary. Monday through Wednesday expect moody friends or socially distant colleagues to find common understanding.

    Unusual discussions or comments may also be accented: Watch for minor verbal power struggles to soon turn into silly antics. Later this week a family member may reveal new financial information. Key issues may involve past records, property documents or timed payments. Take your time: Small details are important. Throughout the next six days watch for sudden outbursts of emotion or rare confrontations.

    No serious or long-term effects are likely, so not to worry. Do, however, avoid detailed discussions concerning past promises or missed invitations.

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    Thursday through Sunday key officials or older relatives may reveal unexpected ideas, documents or decisions. Areas affected involve long-term financial strategies, property agreements or legal partnerships. Facts and figures may be unreliable. Stay calm. LEO July Aug. After Monday watch for friends and colleagues to disagree on planned schedules, daily obligations or social events. Emotional ownership and possessiveness may be an issue: Go slow.

    Thursday through Saturday love relationships may experience an intense wave of new passion and fast promises. Although all is well, take time to explore the private concerns and observations of loved ones. Family members may feel isolated or misunderstood. Stay open. Past differences will no longer create restriction: Use this time to improve harmony, understanding and group awareness.

    After midweek some Aquarians may encounter a complex business or financial proposal. Group investments, property disputes or long-term security may be a key focus. Late Tuesday watch for loved ones to introduce new levels of emotional sharing or sensuality to key relationships. Be receptive: Love and renewed social faith will soon offer strong rewards. Thursday through Sunday employment relationships and work promises may prove briefly unreliable. Stay on track: At present, key officials and large agencies are preparing complex changes and new announcements.

    Job titles may soon change:Remain determined. Loved ones and trusted friends may be highly emotional and changeable. Study facts, figures and paperwork for key clues: Restrictions of time or money may now be bothersome. Business and financial decisions may need to be delayed. Throughout the next few weeks watch for large agencies and key officials to request completed documents and finalized paperwork. Wait for clear signals before taking risks. After Saturday rest and enjoy private time: Energy may be low. Building Now, it incorporates a division specifically dedicated to hip-hop.

    The party will be hosted by University of Illinois at Chicago hip-hop radio personality, Mochamonet. Anatomy of the Art World p. Big Mouth 7 — p. Take 1 Student Film Festival — 8 p. Film Row Cinema, Center S. The award winning weekly college newspaper at Columbia College Chicago. Are Illinois politicians student friendly? A friend told me he asked his professor what options he had to take the midterm and turn in assignments at a later date because he was more than 15 hours away at a hospital after a family member had experienced a tragic, life-altering accident.

    Maria Ulrich senior audio arts and acoustics major sroush chroniclemail. The Chronicle 33 E. The Marketing Communication Department, located on the eighth floor of the South Campus Building, took further action, according to Marketing Communication adjunct faculty member Matt Carlson. Michigan at 11th St. In addition to the already existing construction, the installation of an enclosed staircase within the Wabash Campus Building, S. There was a sense this is going to affect us, and we [had] to work on it. Come join SFS to discuss your student loan repayment plan.

    I worked in a movie theater, wearing this hideous black bow tie, and reeking of popcorn grease. It was cute and creative to the naked eye, but this picture was much more to me. I looked like an animal tearing into an innocent gazelle mid-elevator ride as puzzled riders glanced in my direction wondering what could possibly be in that box that was so important I was using my teeth on the tape. What is our responsibility uccessful essays generally make one solid point or have one central focus.

    Stationary bicycle Puts less strain on joints than running; most work only the lower body, but some have handlebars for working arms, shoulders Cross-country skiing machine Works most muscle groups as it simulates cross-country skiing; puts little strain on body and usually provides the best all-around workout Treadmill Some have adjustable inclines to simulate hills and make workouts more strenuous; prevent accidents by straddling machine before starting, slow it down gradually before getting off Stair climber Beware of potential strain on the knees; leaning on rails or front monitor will reduce effectiveness of the exercise Rowing machine More complete workout than running or cycling; tones muscles in the upper body; proper rowing technique puts little strain on the body, but consult a physician first if you have back problems ssaviola chroniclemail.

    Create an immediate goal Goals have to be specific so that an end result is clear, such as how many pounds or inches you want to lose and in how long it will take want to get into shape. Plan to increase activity 4. Between 10a.