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At U. of C. Protest, Faculty and Students Worry Trump Threatens Campus Life

Faculty worried Trump as president will cut research funding and will curtail academic freedom.

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Now in its seventh year, it's the largest study of urban wildlife and has amassed 1 million photos.

Douglas »

IIT outperforms Northwestern and U. of C. at launching the poorest students into good paying jobs.

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Teacher Jenny Vincent is leading the only group from a CPS neighborhood school to attend the ceremony.

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Ending 19 years of probation, Clemente no longer "school of last resort," parents say.

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The Mother McAuley junior helped lead the Mighty Macs (38-1) to a 4A state championship this season.

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Registration opens at 8 a.m. Friday at the school, where applicants take a placement test.

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Ald. Sawyer said the community needs to push hard to get a $75 million school slated for the S. Side.

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More than 40 activist groups will gather on campus to prepare and swap ideas.

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The first-of-its-kind effort will help prepare Chicago students for thousands of cyber security jobs.

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The suit asks that Illinois residents with loans through Sallie Mae/Navient be wiped away or reformed.

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"No players or coaches are seriously injured" from the crash, according to a school spokeswoman.

West Loop »

First Lady Amy Rule opened "The Station," the Chicago Children's Theatre's new West Loop home. 

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In 2016, Chicago Police took almost 2,900 guns off the streets between January and April.

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