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Tribune reporterUniversity of Illinois freshmen will pay more than $24,000 this fall for tuition, fees and housing, an amount board members approved today as one trustee urged the group to “keep tuition in check.” New students at the Urbana-Champaign...
President Obama this week awarded the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers to UC Irvine assistant professor Rommie Amaro. "I was pretty surprised — very honored and surprised," said Amaro, 34, an assistant professor of...
Press ReleasePurdue University's Black and Latino cultural centers are teaming up to present the comedy "Platanos and Collard Greens" on Oct. 13. Read More: Platanos and Collard Greens The play, which is free and open to the public, will be at 8 p.m. in Stewart...
Literary editorThe headline blares: "Elderly Chicago woman found dead, mutilated." Four fingers of her right hand had been severed. The prime suspect? The slain woman's best friend, Dr. Jennifer White, a recently retired orthopedic surgeon who is also her neighbor on...
Clout StreetRepublican presidential candidate Mitt Romney might not be campaigning in Illinois until Monday, but he’s poised to saturate the state’s airwaves during the final week before the Illinois primary. The contender and a political action...
Tags: Lemont, Elections, Chicago, Polls, Rick Santorum
Tribune reporterUniversity of Illinois officials have decided to shut down its Institute of Aviation after 50 years, pending approval by university trustees this week. The program, at the university's Urbana-Champaign campus, has fewer students than any other program on...
COSTA MESA — The conductor sits comfortably in a backstage room within a concert hall, which, he says, glorifies the qualities of the human voice. John Alexander is retrospective. His decades leading the Pacific Chorale have added up, and yet the...
CHARLEVOIX -- The Rev. Thomas Guback of Northport will celebrate the fourth Sunday in Lent at 10 a.m. Sunday, March 18, at Christ Episcopal Church in Charlevoix. Guback was ordained priest in November 2000 and became the first rector of St. Christopher's...
Tags: Lent, Christianity, Education, Anglicanism, Religion and Belief
Lixun Tang and David Frank have been promoted to managers at Eide Bailly LLP, a regional certified public accounting and business advisory firm. Tang, a certified public accountant, has more than five years of public accounting experience providing...
Dorene Wiese isn't afraid of going against tradition — even though tradition means everything to her. She was one of seven American Indians in the state of Minnesota to ever graduate high school in 1967. She went on to get her bachelor's degree and...
Chicago Tribune reporterA ranking Republican senator on Thursday called for the state to suspend its plans to submit new bids for state employee health insurance plans and asked for an emergency hearing to study the findings of a state audit. Sen. Bill Brady, the Bloomington...
Committed. Passionate. Talented. Three words that accurately describe one of our honored men of Harford this year, local painter, Ken Karlic. We chose Ken because he transformed a life-long passion for watercolor painting into a medium that has captured...
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