Fujita’s tornado research stirs legacy

February 8, 2019 asianct 0

Steve Koppes Nature’s might created a “perfect storm” for Noboru Nakamura’s 2011 winter quarter Natural Hazards course. “ What’s unusual about this year is the intensity and the number of tornadoes that we observed.” —Noboru Nakamura, Professor in […]

Finding fault lines in the next generation

February 1, 2019 asianct 0

Jan 30, 2019 Jack Wang For more than two years, the innovative GenForward survey has polled thousands of young people across the United States—particularly those of color—about their views on everything from education to immigration to racism. […]

CHICAGO RESTAURANT WEEK

January 25, 2019 asianct 0

JAN. 25 – FEB. 7, 2019 Don’t miss the biggest restaurant event of the year! Chicago Restaurant Week returns for two weeks of dining deals from hundreds of celebrated restaurants all across the city. This year’s […]

5 FREE HALLOWEEN EVENTS IN CHICAGO

October 15, 2018 asianct 0

Halloween isn’t just another day in Chicago. And it’s not just for trick-or-treating. The city’s month-long celebration includes some great FREE events. Here are just five. 1. ARTS IN THE DARK Saturday, October 20 6-8pm […]

10 HOT SHOWS TO SEE IN CHICAGO

September 18, 2018 asianct 0

SEPTEMBER 2018 THE LEAGUE OF CHICAGO THEATRES ROUNDS UP THIS MONTH’S THEATRICAL FAVS. With more than 250 theater companies, Chicago is renowned around the world for its innovative and vibrant theater scene. Add a performance (or […]

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