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Boystown: Understand inclusivity from multidimensions

Author: Cao Ruochen Program of Study: Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences (MAPSS), Division of the Social Sciences (SSD) Located in the north part of Chicago, Boystown is one of the most renowned LGBTQ neighborhoods in the world. This spot has witnessed the Pride Parades every June for decades since the Stonewall Uprising in 1969. According to...
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Transit in Windy City : A System in The Right Direction

Author: Gangbin Yan Program of Study: PhD in Molecular Engineering, Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering (PME) Description: Most of the buses in Chicago run in one direction and do a loop, which is quite different from my hometown in China. After deeper investigations into bus system, I learnt different gender travel patterns and diverse reasons for the loop-transportation routes....
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