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Dawn Rhodes
Chicago Tribune's higher education reporter. Tweets equal parts journalism, emojis & GIFs. Massive fan of 🎾& ⛸Support quality journalism.
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Zak Koeske Apr 19
A Dixmoor trustee, who allegedly lied to police about her wanted son's whereabouts, told the cops arresting her for obstruction that she'd have them fired, police said. "I'm the fucking Dixmoor trustee...I'm the boss," she allegedly told them
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Dawn Rhodes Apr 19
OMGOMGOMGOMG 😍
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Dawn Rhodes Apr 19
Replying to @joeybear85
Woot woot! Congratulations! 🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾❤️❤️❤️
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Dawn Rhodes Apr 19
Replying to @RandiMShaffer
Juan is going places in life 😂
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Gregory Pratt Apr 19
RIP -- a good obit for Lyra McKee, "a proud and critical Northern Irish journalist" who "loved and hated the country she wrote about with passion"
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Dawn Rhodes Apr 19
I remember covering Heaven’s shooting in 2012. I went to her West Side home and talking to her distraught mom and neighbors. I believe that’s when we found out that she’d been selling candy and it was part of a way to keep the neighborhood kids safe. She’d be about 13 or 14 now.
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Dawn Rhodes Apr 19
Thought he was homeschooled or sumthing
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Dawn Rhodes Apr 19
What...the hell is this?!
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Dawn Rhodes Apr 19
Replying to @RandiMShaffer
No don’t watch the movie. It’s terrible. 😂
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Jared Rutecki Apr 18
My latest work, partnered with of : Problems with auxiliary police, civilian officers with limited authority, at some local departments help illustrate a controversial issue shaded by nepotism, politics and questionable policing.
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Dawn Rhodes Apr 19
Replying to @mariecdillon
Congratulations! They are beyond fortunate to have you on the team. 🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾
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Dawn Rhodes Apr 19
Replying to @RandiMShaffer
It’s been over a decade since I read it so I wonder if I’d feel differently about it now. But if you thought the book was boring, wait until you see how they mucked up the movie. It does have Viola Davis and Richard Jenkins in it, though.
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Dawn Rhodes Apr 18
Replying to @capitolwatch
Thank you so much! ❤️
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Dawn Rhodes Apr 18
YASSSSSSS 🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾
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Dawn Rhodes Apr 18
ICYMI: How the frantic search for a young woman feared to be planning a copycat attack dredged up the same anxiety, fear and confusion I felt 20 years ago as a high school student just a few miles down the road in Littleton.
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Dawn Rhodes Apr 18
Replying to @raqzal
❤️❤️❤️
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Dawn Rhodes Apr 18
Replying to @furiosalizabeth
Exactly. I wrote a commentary about it yesterday, in case it’s of interest. I was surprised how much the anxiety took over me.
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Dawn Rhodes Apr 18
Replying to @joeybear85 @arielfab
But instead of trying to slog my way through AK, I have gone back to read books that are more fun and that I know I like, just to get in the habit of seeing something through from beginning to end. Then, maybe, I can tackle AK or something akin to it
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Dawn Rhodes Apr 18
Replying to @joeybear85 @arielfab
I’m of both mind. On one hand, I tend to be very impatient with novels. I’d like not to be this way and should work on discipline. But I saw a cool tip that if you’re not an avid reader, don’t try to read War and Peace right away. Gotta work the muscle and work up to that.
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Dawn Rhodes Apr 17
Replying to @amylu_sociology
Congratulations!
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