Posts tagged "5k"

Help End Sex Trafficking in Chicago: Run the TraffickFree 5K

Help End Sex Trafficking in Chicago: Run the TraffickFree 5K
As a journalist, I come across controversial topics on a regular basis–but none have captivated me like human trafficking has. I’m passionate about raising awareness about the criminal activity that claims an estimated 300,000 minors each year within the United States (and countless more in countries around the world, including Honduras). As much as I... Read more »

Color Run Chicago: A Recap of the Happiest 5K on the Planet

Color Run Chicago: A Recap of the Happiest 5K on the Planet
High-fives, multi-colored powder, beat-bumping bass, and 15,000 pumped-up runners took center stage in Grant Park at 7:30 a.m. yesterday for Chicago’s first annual Color Run – aka, “The Happiest 5K On the Planet.” I can’t decide if this, or my Down & Dirty 5K in May, was more fun – either way, I ended up... Read more »

Gettin' down & dirty for Jesus

Gettin' down & dirty for Jesus
Yesterday, a friend and I participated with over 3000 fellow Chicago citizens in a 5K at the Merrell Down & Dirty Mud Run / Obstacle Series in Gilberts, Illinois. It was a 3.7 mile course full of hills, muddy terrain and militaristic obstacles including a wooden climbing wall, mud pits, cargo nets and ladder walls... Read more »
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Worship services & 5Ks: Millennials making a difference

Worship services & 5Ks: Millennials making a difference
Last semester, during a Spanish class I was taking at Northwestern University, my professor brought up the Greek financial crisis. One of my classmates was from Greece, and planned to go back home after the semester to a place where, he claimed, people are “lazy.” The class of 20-something students chuckled, but my professor responded... Read more »
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