Malcolm X College
Some yelled, while some read from their smart phones. One odd man out even thanked the mayor.
A lawsuit filed in April revealed that unidentified “decomposing” human corpses were stored at several City Colleges of Chicago campuses.
“It was a very macabre discovery,” said Dennis Stefanowicz, the attorney for Dr. Micah Young, who was fired as dean of Malcolm X College health sciences in February.
A doctor and former Malcolm X College student was among a group of climbers killed on Mt. Everest when a massive earthquake in Nepal triggered an avalanche on Saturday.
City Colleges of Chicago broke ground Wednesday on a new $251 million campus for Malcolm X College, which also serve as a hub for the system’s healthcare programs.
The Emanuel Administration says the $251-million-dollar plan for a new Malcolm X College campus on the West Side will boast an African-African architect and local hiring, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
You might think people who own thriving businesses know a thing or two about reading a balance sheet or creating jobs, but a program at one of the City Colleges of Chicago shows us you’re never too experienced to learn how to make even more money.
Two schools in Chicago will have new homes, thanks to a $251 million renovation and a little shuffling.
The City College system’s Malcolm X College is getting a whole new mission, as well as a new building.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is preparing to launch a major new initiative at the city’s community colleges, focusing on providing jobs for graduates by working with employers to create curriculum that should help produce the kind of workers the city’s businesses need.
A three-day clinic at Malcolm X College is drawing hundreds of people who would normally go without healthcare. It runs through Sunday.
A volunteer medical group has the equipment to make eyeglasses, but needs technicians for its care-for-all clinic underway now at Malcolm X College.
Teachers at the City Colleges of Chicago were expressing concerns about the leadership of top administrators. Many teachers said they have no confidence in the chancellor’s office, citing millions of dollars in questionable spending.