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In one of the craziest finishes in NCAA tournament history, the Virginia Cavaliers claimed their first NCAA men's team tennis championship by rallying from the brink of defeat for a 4-3 victory over UCLA on the University of Illinois' courts in Urbana....
So Illinois is in such dire financial shape that it must violate the contractual retirement agreements with teachers and other state workers. I've taught at the University of Illinois since 1979 and am one of those who would be cheated by the bills...
Thirty graduating seniors from low income families in the north suburbs will enter college this fall, thanks to College Bound Opportunities, which guides the students toward higher ACT scores. It also works with them during college to keep them from...
Cerna "Chickie" Alter was not a brilliant artist, but she knew great art when she saw it, friends said. Mrs. Alter studied painting at the Art Institute of Chicago, and then in the 1960s started a corporate art consulting business with a fellow art-...
During the shabby final days of the last of the burlesque houses that once dotted State Street near Congress Parkway, three of us — in possession of a few bucks and self-confidence fueled by fake IDs — entered the Follies Theater and saw a...
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Tribune reporterThe mother of a Florida college student killed in a hazing ritual urged the audience at a Maine Township anti-hazing forum never to forget incidents of hazing and bullying in their community. “The moment you forget is the moment it reoccurs,&...
William Nganje has joined the North Dakota State University Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics as department chair and professor. Before joining NDSU, Nganje was an associate professor of agribusiness finance at Arizona State University'...
Tom Livingston may be new to the village presidency, but he's no stranger to La Grange. In addition to serving as a trustee for eight years between 2003 and 2011, Livingston, 45, grew up in the village, attending grade school at LaGrange Highlands and...
Larry and Dianna Barker of Gravel Switch announce the engagement of their daughter, Jamie Marie Hamblin, to Steven Sockwhan Kim, son of Nancy Kim of Des Plaines, Ill. The bride-elect is a 1997 graduate of Boyle County High School, 2002 graduate of...
Any attempt to make bicycling in Chicago easier and safer by using the law is welcome. That includes Mayor Rahm Emanuel's proposals last week to amend the city's bike ordinance to give cyclists more freedom to maneuver but also increase penalties on...
For many recruiters, the phone has become another means of weeding out unworthy applicants. Sure, your resume is getting you a second look, but before a company HR representative calls you in, there's a good chance he or she will call you up. Rarely...
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Richard Herman doesn't have to do much teaching as part of his $212,000 faculty job at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. When he resigned as chancellor after a high-profile admissions scandal, he made a deal to teach just two classes a...
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