A first-generation Mexican American on how her parents met through the Chicago Sun-Times personal ads and the benefits of dating slowly.
Vanessa BorjonJanuary 18, 2022
The decision comes after the Illinois county fought to keep its contract with the federal immigration organization.
From free tuition to food pantries, two-year colleges try to counteract plunging enrollments with new programs to make college more affordable and accessible
City Colleges of Chicago immigrant students balance extra work hours, technology issues and limited English proficiency with remote learning.
Ata YounanDecember 16, 2021
Some Afghan children at a Chicago shelter have hurt themselves or others, leaving workers overwhelmed. Employees say the shelter has never experienced this level of chaos and isn’t equipped to provide kids with services they need.
Melissa SanchezOctober 28, 2021
After crossing the U.S.-Mexico border to seek asylum, Susana Coreas is navigating life in New York City and building community along the way.
Claudia HernándezOctober 21, 2021
Latinx business owners worry about the fate of their stores at the iconic Discount Mall in Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood.
Adriana RezalSeptember 14, 2021