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American by Birth, Muslim by Choice (Chicago Tribune Magazine)
Two women, a Catholic from Chicago and a Protestant from farmland, converted
to Islam. What's in it for a woman?
(This aticle is part of an anthology, THE MUSLIM WORLD, published by H.W. Wilson Co., and is often assigned to students in college religion
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Long Time Coming (Chicago Magazine)
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Finalist for Herman Kogan Award 2007)
Charged with a brutal murder he says he didn't commit, Jovan Mosley spent almost
six years in jail waiting for his trial. His ordeal exposes deep problems in the
criminal justice system of Cook County.
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Doctors with Borders (Chicago Magazine)
Medical residents worked over 100 hours a week, until a few, like a woman in Chicago
fell asleep at the wheel -- with tragic consequences. The rules changed to impose an
80-hour work week. Is medical care better?
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Green Skyscraper (Plenty Magazine)
With air-chambers for insulation, recycled materials throughout, and waterless urinals, is
New York's massive new highrise $1 billion well spent," as its architect claims?
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Birds on a Cool Green Roof (Chicago Wilderness Magazine)
Migrating birds land on Chicago's City Hall, where the roof cools the building and blooms
with prairie flowers
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Time Clocks in the Trenches (Hopkins Medicine Magazine)
The school that designed the medical residency struggles with rules restricting work
hours for doctors in training. Those rules affect surgeons and medical doctors
differently
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