Chicago State University

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Chicago State University could receive funding from the state that could keep it from closing.

Andersonville »

James Morgan wants to become a teacher, but budget woes have left him stressed and depressed, he said.

North Park »

The state is behind on $40 million in payments to NEIU, which has tapped into reserves to stay open.

Downtown »

It's "absolutely wrong" the South Side university hasn't gotten a budget from Springfield, Emanuel said.

Roseland »

Rep. Ken Dunkin said he introduced the bill to help save universities like Chicago State.

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"Black people are hurting the most in this budget impasse," said a student at the South Side school.

Englewood »

The university has operated for eight months without a budget.

Roseland »

Rep. Ken Dunkin's proposal would bail out public universities and community colleges in crisis.

Roseland »

As the CSU president heads to Springfield, the Board of Trustees declared a "financial exigency."

Roseland »

State aid cuts have led students to drop out. And CSU says it needs its state funding to stay open.

Beverly »

A coalition of churches and activists has launched a campaign called "Thou Shall Not Murder."

Roseland »

Students marched to preserve funding for what they called an "oasis" for education on the South Side.

Roseland »

Elliott Cole, who averaged 34-plus points as a high school senior, leads the Cougars in scoring.

Mt. Greenwood »

Bob Hallberg became the first NAIA coach ever to lead a men's and women's team to top ranking.

Roseland »

Vonzell Scott wants to be an example for other young Chicago actors who want to live their dreams.