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And the suit contends that Grady was unaware that one of his lieutenants had mishandled evidence in a sexual assault case brought against a university police officer by a student. The mistake caused DeKalb County prosecutors to drop the case, though
Carey's contract now runs through June 30, 2019, according to NIU associate vice-president and director of athletics Sean T...While NIU did not disclose Carey's annual salary, officials said it now ranks in the top half of football coaches in the Mid-
Fired Northern Illinois University Police Chief Donald Grady has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the university and top administrators seeking to be reinstated with back pay and a public apology. Grady, who is black, alleges he was fired
This evidence base draws together information from across the infrastructure sectors for the first time, to provide a comprehensive picture of the current state of our assets. And the picture is good: we have largely the right infrastructure in the
Northern Illinois University graduate students Alex Pitner and Megan Kozenczak attended a friend's wedding in July, where Pitner found a hot sauce package reading, Will you marry me? It was a point in the relationship which first made the couple
Kaitlyn King was home sick from high school when the news of a shooting at Northern Illinois University, where her father, Joe, worked flashed across the screen. She vividly remembers Feb. 14, 2008, and learning her father was unharmed. King, a
Abdallah Sheikh regularly walks in the cold to his part-time job at The Huddle Restaurant in DeKalb. Sheikh, a Northern Illinois University student, makes minimum wage, which is $8.25 an hour in Illinois. He carpools when he can, buys few groceries
Since the 2010 earthquake, people don't really hear about Haiti anymore, said Northern Illinois University graduate student Karl Kohler. Kohler attended the grand opening Friday of the exhibit, Fragments: Haiti Four Years After the Earthquake, at NIU'
When Grace Martin decided to pursue a degree in journalism, she didn't want to spend any more time at Kishwaukee College earning an associate degree. So after three years at the college, she made the jump this year to Northern Illinois University...I
A new exhibit at the Northern Illinois University Anthropology Museum, Fragments: Haiti Four Years After the Earthquake, invites visitors to explore the lives and living conditions of Haitian people living under the tents since the 2010 earthquake.