Carlos Suastegui, President of TAS Technical Consulting, Inc. in Chicago, works with partners and clients to help solve their problems in an effective and efficient manner.
I was 13 years old and had myself strategically placed in the back of my 8th grade Art class at Steger Central Junior high.
People like Jim Langer, Manny Fernandez, and Bob Kuechenberg need to ask themselves what they’re really accomplishing here. What they feel is noble is in actuality quite petty.
14 local high school students are heading to Washington this morning to watch President Obama’s swearing in ceremony.
The Adler Planetarium is getting a new leader: a woman who describes herself as an amateur astronomer.
It was a good photo opportunity: President Obama returning to his hometown to cast an early ballot. CBS 2’s Walter Jacobson has a problem with it, though.
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels says he has a lesson plan for his next job as the president of Purdue University.
Mason Johnson knows nothing about horoscopes or astrology. Seriously. When he was six, his mom thought it was funny to make him stick his head out the car window and scream, “What’s your sign?” at women walking by. That is the extent of his experience. Also, Mason is an Aquarius… ladies.
The White House Press Corps members finally got the White House Press Conference they’ve been shouting for. And they only have themselves to blame for letting Obama turn much of it into a campaign speech by the questions they did and didn’t ask.
The fact that Joe Biden is only a heartbeat away from the presidency should not only scare the hell out of every American, it should be reason enough for the Romney-Ryan ticket to win the 2012 election by a landslide.
Being president does not give a person license to disrespect opponents, and the disrespect and intolerance from Obama when a different opinion is expressed has been atrocious.
The new initiative affects as many as 800,000 people, including a young woman who spoke to CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot.
Mitt Romney, the presumptive Republican candidate for president, was expected to rake in millions of dollars Thursday.
Many students don’t like missing class and want perfect attendance, but that’s not something you will find soon-to-depart University of Illinois President Michael Hogan going for.
The turmoil at the University of Illinois that led to the resignation of the school president lasted three months, but it also left behind a stack of bills.
The Lake Forest community was reeling Monday, after three Lake Forest High School students were killed by Metra trains in the past three months, all apparent suicides.
University of Illinois president Michael Hogan has resigned and will step down on July 1, according to a published report.
Michael Hogan tells the Associated Press he underestimated how much time and effort it would take to communicate with faculty on three campuses.
President Michael Hogan and trustees met behind closed doors for nearly four hours after more than 100 faculty members said they have “no confident” in Hogan’s administration. CBS 2’s Vince Gerasole reports.
An effort by some University of Illinois faculty members to oust President Michael Hogan continues.