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White House Chief Economist Casey Mulligan: We exaggerate the impact of tariffs, no recession

White House Chief Economist and University of Chicago Economics Professor Casey Mulligan joins John Williams to explain why, in spite of recent reports, the United States isn’t expecting another recession. 16 more words

John Williams

Eating more gluten early in life is tied to children's higher risk of celiac disease, a study says

LUND, Sweden — Bad news for lovers of bread, pasta and baked goods: Eating lots of gluten-heavy foods from a young age could eventually lead to gluten intolerance. 480 more words

Health

Honors Former Student Spotlight - Shannon Bradford

Shannon Bradford ‘15 serves as a Program Manager at the George W. Bush Institute, a non-profit, non-partisan think tank in Dallas, Texas. In this capacity, Shannon manages the operations of the Institute’s portfolio of global leadership initiatives: WE Lead, which engages women leaders from the Middle East, North Africa, and Afghanistan who are advancing economic opportunity in their countries, and Liberty and Leadership, a program that empowers democracy activists in Myanmar. 675 more words

Student Voices

I Am Appauled! Disgusted!

Has anyone heard about the man who dismembered, raped and hid the body of a Chinese scholar student attending the Univ of Illinois?  The case has been on the news quite a bit.  136 more words

Founder of Johnson Publishing Company

John Harold Johnson

Born

John Harold Johnson

January 19, 1918

Arkansas City, Arkansas, U.S.

Passed Away August 8, 2005 (aged 87)

Chicago, Illinois, U.S. 40 more words

African American Inventor

John Paul Stevens, RIP

Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens died Tuesday at the age of 99, and although he’d only been retired for nine years he seemed a relic of a bygone era of American jurisprudence. 1,036 more words

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