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December 8, 2016 View email in browser

Illinois universities reject ‘sanctuary campus’ label amid Trump’s deportation threats

Despite pressure from students and faculty, Illinois universities have rejected calls to declare themselves “sanctuary campuses” for undocumented students, instead outlining other ways they will offer protections.

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Aroldis Chapman, Yankees reach deal: report

The hard-throwing closer reached agreement to return to the New York Yankees with the highest-priced contract ever for a relief pitcher, an $86 million deal for five years, according to a person familiar with the negotiations.

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Man punched by off-duty officer at Portillo’s files suit alleging cover-up

A 61-year-old man is alleging an off-duty officer instigated a fight at the River North Portillo’s, arrested him and conspired with other officers to cover it up.

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End of ‘Too Much Light’ brings a longtime schism out into the open

The long-running Neo-Futurist show “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind” is ending, shut down by the show’s founder, Greg Allen, who says he has new plans for the show. Members of the Neo-Futurists say the truth is far more complicated.

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Gov. Rauner fights with union over $1,000 bonuses

Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner’s administration promised $1,000 bonuses to most state workers after a state labor panel declared negotiations with the union were at an impasse last month.

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Trump’s Boeing blast may mute CEOs

President-elect Donald Trump’s anti-Boeing tweet may have a chilling effect on corporate CEOs speaking out.

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Hatchimal: This year’s evil Christmas gift for kids

John Kass: OK, I may have made up the part about the Hatchimal lodging stubbornly in your dog’s intestines, but you can see it happening, can’t you?

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‘Ugly sweater’ bar crawls, beer tastings and brunches in Chicago

These restaurants and bars in Chicago and the suburbs are hosting holiday “ugly sweater” celebrations.

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