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Tiny Boots, announced by the Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs, will give free child care to Illinois veterans attending counseling, medical appointments or job interviews through a partnership with the YWCA.

State program to provide vets with child care

By Caroline Bowen
February 27, 2017
2016 cinema art and science alumnus Jay Españo wrote and directed short film “Mahal” that will be featured in upcoming film festivals around the world. 

Alumnus short film gains international recognition

By Marisa Sobotka, Campus Reporter
February 27, 2017
Toying with the  family business

Toying with the family business

By Zoë Eitel
February 13, 2017
Mayor Rahm Emmanuel gave the 2017 Infrastructure Address at the Laborers Training Center at 5700 W Homer Street on Jan. 9 promising job creation and investments in transportation.

Emanuel: ‘Let’s get to work’

By Eric Bradach
February 13, 2017
Senate president: 'Failure is not an option'

Senate president: ‘Failure is not an option’

By Eric Bradach
February 7, 2017
Depression is not an acceptable side effect of safe sex

Depression is not an acceptable side effect of safe sex

By Opinions Editor
October 17, 2016
Gov. Bruce Rauner and Illinois Democrats agreed to provide emergency funding for various state colleges and universities as well as the state-funded Monetary Award Program. It has yet to be known how the MAP funding will affect Columbia.

State legislature approves higher education funding

By Managing Editor
April 23, 2016
Higher education caught in the crossfire

Illinois budget impasse—Higher education caught in the crossfire

By Metro Editor and Arts & Culture Reporter
April 4, 2016
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