Author: Meg Moore

We have raised over $35,000 in crowdfunding and have received a $25,000 grant. So far we’ve made 30,000 face shields and plan on buying $60,000 in PET-G (plastic for the shields) which will make 68,000 shields.     Our maker community has made this possible, along with the help of the City of Chicago and the Department of Public Health. GetmePPE Chicago has helped us identify Hospitals...

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Did you run out of milk? Don’t panic, there is no need to eat dry cereal or drink black coffee. With a few ingredients, a blender, and a t-shirt, you can make oat milk that stays fresh in the fridge for four days. We tried this recipe with maple syrup and had a great turnout!    Binghamton University’s Food Co-op created a great recipe for students to...

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Gauging the DePaul Community's Interest in At Home Project Kits   In light of recent events the IRL is searching for new ways to support the DePaul Community. While sheltering in place we urge you to keep learning and making. We are developing kits to send out as resources to help you create and to supplement your education.   The first project we're assembling is DIY Pickling Kit, which...

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