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Harriet Tubman is chosen as new face of $20 bill

By Samantha Masunaga, Los Angeles Times

April 20, 2016

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Harriet Tubman will replace President Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill, a Treasury Department official said Wednesday.The official did not give a timetable for the change, saying only that the department is looking to make the ...

Lawmakers try to address Rauner’s marijuana decriminalization concerns

By Monique Garcia, Chicago Tribune

April 20, 2016

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The Illinois Senate took another stab at decriminalizing marijuana statewide, approving a measure Tuesday aimed at satisfying Gov. Bruce Rauner's concerns that led him to veto a similar bill last year.The idea is that people c...

Key to ending campus sexual assaults is transparency

By Kirsten Gillibrand and Kelly Ayotte, CQ-Roll Call

April 14, 2016

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Choosing a college is an important decision.Each year, students spend dozens of hours discussing with their parents, teachers, counselors and coaches where they would like to spend the next few years of their lives. They pore over sta...

Center holds first student listening session in years

By Diamond Jones, Daily Egyptian

April 13, 2016

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Students were able to air out concerns about racism on campus Wednesday during a meeting held by the Center for Inclusive Excellence in Guyon Auditorium at Morris Library.Nathan Stephens, director of the Center for Inclusive Excellence...

‘Enchanted April’

‘Enchanted April’

April 6, 2016

Analysis: Wisconsin victories by Cruz, Sanders inject new drama into race

By Craig Gilbert, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

April 6, 2016

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The front-runners fell on both sides in Wisconsin's presidential primary Tuesday, injecting new intrigue, chaos and drama into an epic campaign.For the GOP, Donald Trump's loss to Ted Cruz elevates all the uncertainties and schisms that have do...

SIUE examines approach to unionization

By Kelsey Landis, The Telegraph, Alton, Ill.

March 31, 2016

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Seasoned union specialists from Carbondale brought words of wisdom – and caution – to faculty at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville during an informational meeting between the two groups Wednesday.Representatives from sis...

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