Harvard University students Susan Nguyen, left, and Tom Skwierawski, right, and their professor, Richard Peiser, research East Chicago's history.
EAST CHICAGO | Ten graduate students from Harvard University will devote their semester to designing development plans for the downtown Indiana Harbor neighborhood of East Chicago.
Harvard University student Susan Nguyen, left, and professor Richard Peiser look through an old map book Friday at the East Chicago mayor's office.
Harvard University student Wei Li photographs a page from an old East Chicago map book.
EAST CHICAGO | Ten graduate students from Harvard University will visit East Chicago beginning today to conduct a field study on economic development areas within the city.
Research presented at a recent meeting of the American Sociological Association and soon to be published in a book, "How College Works" (Harvard University Press), explores the reasons that college students select majors.
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CROWN POINT | Former CPHS and Harvard University graduate John Fraire visited Crown Point High School on April 16. He discussed the Gate Millennium Scholarship Program with Latino students and also discussed elite college admission procedures with all interested students from his experience …
EAST CHICAGO | The journey of pursuing a higher education is unique for every individual; some people decide to stay close to home, others decide to go as far away from home as possible. I'd have to say I fit in with the ladder category. During the previous academic school year, I completed …
Gary Democratic mayoral nominee Karen Freeman-Wilson may chat up billionaire investor Warren Buffett in the coming months.
Much has been made of the educational background of Gary's Democratic mayoral nominee.
CHICAGO | A headline reading "City council meeting results in gay teen suicide," blazed across the front page of a Seattle publication last month, announcing the death of another youth allegedly abused to the point of taking his own life.
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