The mandate comes just days after law enforcement officials said they won’t press charges in an alleged sexual assault on campus.
After talking to six persons of interest and conducting many interviews, DuPage County State’s Attorney Robert Berlin has decided there is insufficient evidence to move forward with charges, according to a spokesman.
Police say one of the women victims is a Benedictine University student, and the other is a friend. Both are in their late teens.
Meanwhile, a Near South Side church just blocks from McCormick Place is offering itself as a haven to anti-NATO protesters coming in from out of town. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
While the west suburban Lisle institution has no plans to leave town, a proposal up for approval this week could result in the private Catholic nonprofit school establishing a campus in Mesa, Ariz.
In these days of high unemployment, a suburban university is giving the jobless a second chance. CBS 2’s Vince Gerasole reports on the college that’s giving free tuition to the long-term unemployed.
Adults who have been struggling to find a job may now be able to return to college – free of charge.
Roman Catholic officials are defending Benedictine University’s actions leading up to the departure of the school’s education director.
A lesbian educator has left her position at Benedictine University after a wedding announcement for her and her partner ran in the local downstate newspaper.