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Chicago State University president booted after 9 months, gets six-figure severance deal

Sep 16, 2016

This article originally appeared in the Chicago Sun-Times.

The Chicago State University board of trustees voted Friday to approve a deal sealing the departure of Thomas J. Calhoun Jr. after just nine months as the $300,000-a-year president of the South Side university.

Calhoun — who will receive two years of salary under the deal signed Friday — had taken over the financially troubled, 4,500-student school…

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