College of DuPage student journalists filed a complaint with the Illinois Attorney General’s office alleging the college’s board of trustees violated the state’s open meetings law.
The attorney general’s office is reviewing the complaint, brought by the Courier’s outgoing Editor in Chief, Nick Davison. Davison said campus police would not allow him or other newspaper staff members into the board’s March 15 meeting.
“I don’t really know why they’re doing it,” he said. “I just know that for the sake of the public it needs to stop.”
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