How the COVID-19 Quarantine Affects Essential Workers, CPS, and Others in Chicago

By Zirah Wadley, Carolina Molina and Ludmila Pesce “But as of recently, I am not 100% completely satisfied with working from home. Since COVID-19 started, working from home has been a little bit difficult for me. When I ship a package, I normally take public transportation so that I am able to ship the packageContinue reading “How the COVID-19 Quarantine Affects Essential Workers, CPS, and Others in Chicago”

Prevention/Tips COVID-19

By Nazirah Wadley As the Coronavirus continues to spread through contact. What must we do to prevent contracting the virus? The virus is contracted through person-to-person spread. Meaning, if you are near someone who does have it unknowingly, and is coughing and sneezing within the atmosphere, little droplets of the virus can land on yourContinue reading “Prevention/Tips COVID-19”

Chicago February Crime Stats:Overall Decreased Compared to February 2019

“Overall crime in Chicago decreased in February 2020 compared to the same month last year despite an eruption of gun violence, according to statistics released by Chicago police.” Despite the decrease of crime within February of this year, the Chicago Police Department unveiled a 41% increase in murders and a 25% increase in shootings comparedContinue reading “Chicago February Crime Stats:Overall Decreased Compared to February 2019”

Kobe Bryant Season Scoring Averages(Career,1996-2016)

By ‘Zirah Wadley K obe Bryant, 41, born on August 23, 1978 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Kobe Bryant played for the Los Angeles Lakers. He joined the NBA at the age of 18 in 1996. He was one of the youngest to play in his first game in 1998. Kobe Bryant has been a success for theContinue reading “Kobe Bryant Season Scoring Averages(Career,1996-2016)”

Searches of the Coronavirus vs. Influenza in Illinois| Beyonce Pays Tribute to Kobe Bryant

Coronavirus Outbreak Spreads to the U.S The Coronavirus, also became known as COVID-19, is a virus that causes illness to humans and animals. It is known to start as a common cold and to escalate into severe respiratory infections such as, pneumonia, MERS, SARS, kidney failure, death and so on. This virus started in Wuhan,Continue reading “Searches of the Coronavirus vs. Influenza in Illinois| Beyonce Pays Tribute to Kobe Bryant”

Nazirah Wadley Data Journalism Spring Semester 2020

Chicago Pride Parade 2013:Reaches 1 Million in Attendance In 2013, 1 million people attended the Chicago Pride Parade on Broadway and Halsted street in the Boystown neighborhood. This 44th annual parade broke 2012 attendance record of 850,000. In 2014, the record remains constant. Will this record of attendance ever increase? Before this record, the SupremeContinue reading “Nazirah Wadley Data Journalism Spring Semester 2020”

Practice Post

Gov. Pat Quinn talks about MAP grants at DePaul University. (Photo/Bob Smith) Editor’s note: This story was originally posted on Dec. 12, 2012 and is housed at RedLineProject.org Gov. Pat Quinn visited DePaul University’s Loop campus on Wednesday to discuss how pension reform is harming the Monetary Award Program (MAP) college scholarships and access toContinue reading “Practice Post”

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