Living in Evanston
In “Money Moves,” Maddie Aitken, Sophia DeLuca and Rachel Carlson interview cherubs about their experiences with money during their five weeks at Medill. With total independence, cherubs are forced to balance spending and saving.
Here’s a cherub-researched guide to the best coffee places in Evanston to transcribe interviews, watch people or meet up with friends, all while sipping a cup of joe.
Lucky for cherubs, there are lots of options to fit everyone’s budget.
Approaching strangers for interviews can be daunting, especially for cherubs unfamiliar with Evanston. These spots are full of fascinating opinions, friendly faces and killer quotes.
Cherubs are forbidden from traveling in moving vehicles. However, this restriction encourages them to explore Evanston in search of interview subjects.
Cherubs venture to downtown Evanston in large groups, meeting new friends, learning about each other and forming program-long friendships.
Cherubs fulfilled their literary desires with the best bookstores and libraries in Evanston.
Fifty-nine cherubs voted on their favorite places to get a frozen dessert in Evanston. It turns out that there are quite a few options.
Going to Chicago
During a visit to Chicago, cherubs took an architectural boat tour and spoke with the former managing editor of the Chicago Tribune.
While visiting four different Chicago media outlets, cherubs left with a understanding of what it’s like working in a real newsroom. After the visit cherubs reflected on the tours, discovering new interests and career aspirations.
After tours of various news outlets, cherubs enjoyed an afternoon of food, photos and famous sites in downtown Chicago’s Millennium Park. Here are their favorites.
When cherubs go to Millennium Park, it is essential to take a picture for the ‘Gram.
While in Chicago, spending an afternoon at Wrigley Field is a must. But as classic as baseball is, the event can get a little long. Here’s a list of activities to do at Wrigley Field, besides watch the game.
Cherubs had a variety of unusual experiences on L train to and from Chicago and offer advice for others.