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Square Yards: How it is changing the landscape and journey within

Being able to change has played a critical role in Square Yards rise to the top. As with like any other start up, the journey has been riddled with ... It is that constant evolution, learning, changin... read more

On the Origin of Science Writers

Every now and then, I get an email from someone who’s keen to get into science writing and wants to know how I started. Whenever I reply, and I always try to, I’m always left with the nagging feeling ... read more

Looking Back: Voices of Service - Vietnam

In 2015-16, The Sentinel honored local Vietnam War veterans with a year-long series of stories that were published every Saturday in our History section. Called “Voices of Service,” the weekly feature ... read more

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A final word on Marshall’s comments

If Chicago columnists and national NFL analyst types thought Jay Cutler behaved poorly in a press conference setting, they should probably take a look at the 1 minute, 40 second group interview Brando... read more


What's the Future of the American Dream?

We're asking our guests and our viewers what is their vision for the future of the American Dream — and how we can achieve those visions. View a sample below and then tell us your vision for the futur... read more

The books I survived 2017 with

Atwood never says this outright, but she names enough landmarks — “The Square”, “The Yard”, “Memorial Hall”, “the river”, “Mass Ave.”, and even my father’s old defunct gym, Nautilus — to make it clear ... read more

An exhaustive guide to the best tacos in Tucson

In honor of National Taco Day, we're bringing back food writer Andi Berlin's journey where she ate 100 tacos across Tucson. Here's what she learned ... *Disclaimer: This article was originally publish... read more

“Hell” Alamein

“There’s certainly no point in taking us to a country that’s liable to be occupied by the enemy within the next couple of days ... It was about five yards square. The good clean water flower non-stop ... read more

The dispossessed

Within ten minutes the field was clear ... The edge of the plain flashed with the brightness of light on water, light across a distant sea. There was no water in those deserts. What was he seeing, the... read more

The jungle - Upton Sinclair

Upton Sinclair's undercover journalism cum novel about the conditions of America's meat packing industry and the effect it had on those that worked it. Libcom note: while there are lot of excellent th... read more



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