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U of I pushes parents to control day of drinking

Northwestern football union hearings continue

Oakton president announces retirement

Former Northwestern football player pushes for union in NLRB testimony

Northwestern University's Kellogg partners with Peking University

Illinois chess championship for Whitney Young helped by 'senior master'

Agency hears Northwestern's bid to form college players' union

Also up at Northwestern, University of Chicago: alumni donations

Early childhood education center coming to Back of the Yards school

New College to Careers programs on their way at Kennedy-King and Malcolm X colleges

City Colleges of Chicago Board members on Thursday approved another round of new courses for Kennedy-King and Malcolm X colleges. As early as next fall, students will be able to enter a hospitality management program at Kennedy-King or a physical therapy assistant program at Malcolm X.

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