Illinois’s Haunted Places; Polsky Center Expands; Teaching Religion In Public Schools

 

The McPike Mansion in Alton, known for reports of ghost stories.

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On the 21st: We revisit our conversation about the history behind some of our state's haunted places, and rebroadcast our interview about how teaching religion in public schools is more important than ever in our current political climate. But first, the University of Chicago's John Flavin tells us about a partnership with the University of Illinois that will erect a 280,000 square foot facility on the city's South Side.

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