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Chicago State University Jazz N the Grazz

Chicago State University Jazz N the Grazz
Chicago State University for the 3rd year  kicked off its free summer culture series  Jazz in the Grazz  in June. The outdoor theaters allows you to cozy up with a picnic meal under the starry skies as some of  Chicago’s finest musicians perform . The series covers traditional, contemporary and latin jazz as well as... Read more »

Jazz N the Grazz is Back at Chicago State University

Jazz N the Grazz is Back at Chicago State University
Chicago State University kicks off its free summer culture series that includes Movies in the Grazz and Wednesday night Jazz in the Grazz, which runs from 5:30 p.m. till 8 p.m., starting June 26 through Sept.11. Cozy up with a picnic meal under the starry skies as Chicago State University screens classic and contemporary African-American... Read more »

Chicago State University: Dr. Wayne Watson is Still the President

Chicago State University: Dr. Wayne Watson is Still the President
The following statement was issued by Dr. Wayne Watson: TO THE CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY: “There have been some statements in the media regarding my position at Chicago State University that I wish to correct. Several days ago, I requested approval of an administrative sabbatical by the CSU Board of Trustees. During the proposed sabbatical,... Read more »
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Chicago State University: Community Tells Higher Learning Commission What's On Their Mind

On Tuesday November 13, 2012, the Higher Learning Commission (HLC)visited Chicago State University(CSU), 9501 S King Drive. The Commission purpose was  at the University as part of the accreditation process. The commission conducted a community forum  to solicit input from community leaders. Well over 100 individuals representing Chicago Public Schools, Black Star Project, Kwame Nkrumah... Read more »

Chicago State University: Unveiling of Building Growing Sculpture By Richard Hunt

On November 7, 2012 Chicago State University unveiled the newest addition to the campus. The Building Growing Sculpture by world renowned artist Richard Hunt. The gift was expedited by the CSU Foundation and commissioned by The Capital Development Board of the State of Illinois.   Richard Hunt (born September 12, 1935) is an internationally renowned sculptor. He was born in 1935 on Chicago‘s South... Read more »

Famed TV Writer Christine Houston Receives Top Honors At Chicago State Alumni Awards

Christine Houston (Lifetime Achievement Honoree) and Michael Owens (Alumni Board President)
Chicago State University, CSU, hosted its 11th Annual Alumni Awards Celebration, honoring outstanding alumni whose personal accomplishments and contributions to the local and global community mirror CSU’s mission to educate, empower and serve. The stellar event  honored 10 notable alumni, including famed TV writer Christine Houston. This formal affair was held on Friday, October 26th at the Hilton Oak... Read more »
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CTA: Is the "Gray Line" a Viable Option

CTA: Is the "Gray Line" a Viable Option
In June, the Chicago Transit Authority(CTA) announced that they will need to close down the Red Line train line for 5 months to complete renovations necessary to improve transit times for Southside riders. The announcement was met with mixed reactions. Some applauded the action as others felt that Southsiders were getting a raw deal. Subsequently,... Read more »

Chicago State University and IHeart Radio Team Up

This past Friday, October 5, 2012. Chicago State University WCSU Radio became an official member of the iHeartRadio family. Also, the date marked the birthday of Chicago legend and station manager Herb Kent The Cool Gent birthday. The station offers a wide variety of music genres as well as community radio. The station will be able to be heard around the world with... Read more »

Chatham: What to Do In October

Chatham: What to Do In October
There are plenty of events going on in the community that are informational and still plenty of FREE or nearly free events. Thursday October 4,2012 6pm-7:30pm If You Don’t Vote Don’t Complain by Jahmal Cole Whitney Young Library 79th King Drive Thursday Oct 4,2012 7pm Black World Cinema-Chicoand Rita ICE Theaters Chatham 210 W 87th... Read more »
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What To Do In Chatham This Month

What To Do In Chatham This Month
There are plenty of events going on in the community that are FREE or nearly free. Festivals Saturday September 8, 2012 3pm Pre Birthday Celebration for Izola White 522 E. 79th Saturday September 8, 2012 10am 79th Street Renaissance Fair 79th Racine www.gagdc.com Saturday September 15,2012 10am Silas Purnell College Expo Tuley Park 90th King... Read more »