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Wanda Dukes

Wanda Dukes

March 25, 2019

Wanda Dukes has dedicated more than 25 years of her life to helping women that suffer with mental health ...

Police confirm campus tagging are isolated incidents, not gang related

Police confirm campus tagging are isolated incidents, not gang related

February 12, 2019

Over the last three months there have been several incidents of tagging and graffitiing on the three NE...

Freshman Cohort Program Coming to CCICS This Fall

Freshman Cohort Program Coming to CCICS This Fall

January 22, 2019

College can be intimidating; almost every student experiences some level of anxiety during their first s...

CCICS campus embraces culture, community and family

CCICS campus embraces culture, community and family

January 22, 2019

NEIU has roots on the Southside of Chicago. In the heart of Bronzeville on 700 E. Oakwood Blvd. lies th...

Problems come to light at El Centro

Problems come to light at El Centro

April 29, 2017

In the midst of budgetary restrictions and furlough programs, there was a major malfunction with the...

El Centro is Completo

El Centro is Completo

September 23, 2014

The long-awaited El Centro building became open for classes the past Saturday on Sept. 20, and will have...

Stop Fatalities, Go Dreams, Aspiring Traffic Ahead

Stop Fatalities, Go Dreams, Aspiring Traffic Ahead

June 3, 2014

  In Chicago, the majority of vehicle collision fatalities have affected both African-American...

First things first…

Patrick O'Brien, Writer

September 28, 2006

There were several NEIU presidential candidates on campus this past week to meet with students and staff, to press the flesh, so to speak, and answer questions about what they would do in the top job at this university. I missed those sessions, but I had few questions of my own for whoever is the next head honcho at this school. First,...

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