The Chronicle

The Chronicle is the number one non-daily student newspaper in the state of Illinois. It was founded in 1973 and was then known as the CC Writer. In 1978, the name was changed to The Chronicle, and eventually, it began printing out weekly newspaper stories which still happens today. In the Fall of 2018, I did graphics for some of their stories. The two graphics below are two of the many graphics I worked on while at The Chronicle.

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The first graphic that I created was for a story about whether or not Supreme Court Justices should serve for life in The Supreme Court. The graphic was done in conjunction with the person who wrote this story, Jay Berghuis.

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To read the ‘LifeTime Appointments’ story, click here.

The second graphic that I created was for a story about students volunteering for Shared Harvest Fund, a non-profit organization, in an effort to lower their student debt.. The graphic was done in conjunction with the person who wrote this story, Katherine Savage.

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To read the ‘Shared Harvest Fund’ story, click here.