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Kody and Nat in Millennium Park

Fun fact: I was born and raised in Chicago. Every time I came back to visit throughout college, I never felt truly home until I went to Millennium Park. 266 more words

College Campuses Nationwide Present Free Speech Walls

In honor of Constitution Day, SPJ/ONA DePaul and other SPJ student chapters across the country organized Free Speech Walls. Participants exercised their First Amendment rights to free speech by writing posts ranging from political to poetic. 27 more words

September 18, 2014

After the boat tour, we headed to Millennium Park to see Cloud Gate (The Bean)

September 2014

2nd Wedding Anniversary - Chicago (again)

So, today is Jason and my 2nd wedding anniversary. We celebrated over the weekend in Chicago. We actually also spent our 1st wedding anniversary there as well. 561 more words


Life in the Garden

On the southern end of Millennium Park in Chicago, there is a sanctuary of flowers, grasses, and plant life. Surrounded by nature, buzzing with life, and with a plethora of colors, the Lurie Gardens is a departure from your typical urban environment. 46 more words


Rediscovering Chicago

The funny thing about living in or near a major city is that it seems that everyone that lives there, is too busy to see… 547 more words

Where Did the Time Go?

I look back at photos like this, one having a story behind it that I will never know. Each one of these photographs are just a page in another person’s book.  96 more words