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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Lashondra Peebles hired her mom to work at the public university on the South Side, prosecutors said.

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Carolyn Epps wants local eighth-graders to consider the school when they ponder their future.

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Dr. Gregory Primus, who played receiver for the Bears, already founded a center for orthopedic surgery.

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With the university's president about to retire, a new neighbor is expected at 10400 S. Longwood Drive.

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Topics to be discussed on Thursday include Medicaid cuts, jobs and more.

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Obama chose to give the commencement at King after the students won the first lady's video competition.

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The student-led forum allowed the students to pose questions to four of the mayoral candidates.

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But CSU officials called the report inaccurate and said they provide plenty of resources.