Illinois AG Candidate Erika Harold: Harassment Leads Many To PromiscuityA former Miss America who is running for Illinois attorney general once said that many victims of sexual harassment "become very promiscuous."
Justice Department Sides With Asian-Americans Suing Harvard Over Admissions PolicyBoth sides have an eye toward the Supreme Court, which first allowed for racial affirmative action in a landmark 1978 case.
Harvard Sorority Goes Gender-NeutralHarvard's student-run newspaper, The Crimson, is reporting one of the university's sororities is ending the female-only Greek life tradition by becoming gender-neutral. 
Formerly Homeless Teen Gets Full Ride To HarvardPhiladelphia teen Richard Jenkins spent part of his young life in homeless shelters. He and his mother would move a lot, and when she couldn't afford a motel room, they would stay in shelters, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Harvard City Clerk Charged With Possession Of Child PornThe city clerk in northwest suburban Harvard was arrested Monday and charged with three counts of possessing child pornography.
Shop With Reusable Bags? Researchers Have Your NumberA Harvard study came up with some interesting conclusions about what shoppers may be more likely to buy when they're saving the environment. CBS 2's Mary Kay Kleist reports.
Photo Of Fairdale Tornado Victim Found 35 Miles Away In HarvardA photo from the home of a Fairdale tornado victim was found 35 miles away, reports WBBM’s Mariam Sobh.
Fake Harvard Rejection Letter Puts Chicago Student In SpotlightCBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez explains how the high school senior turned a potentially bad experience into viral gold.
Living The American Dream? Chicago Is A City That Doesn't Work, Study Finds For parents who want their children to live the American Dream, Chicago is a city that doesn't work, a group of Harvard and Cal-Berkley researchers found
Five Things: NCAA Tournament Bids And Wichita’s PerfectionIn the major conferences, Florida completed an undefeated regular season in the SEC and Cincinnati and Louisville tied atop the American.
South Side Man Backs Off Threat To Burn Historic PapersA South Side man, who threatened to torch a treasure trove of irreplaceable historic documents that once belonged to Harvard’s first black graduate, says he’s changed his mind.