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As Argosy University in Chicago closed in student loan scandal, confusion and emotion reigned

CHICAGO –– The lobby of the building that houses Argosy University's Chicago campus was relatively calm Friday, but hints abounded that all was not well.

As students filed in and out of the Michigan Avenue building, scrambling to collect their academic records while they still could, faculty and staff members cleared out their offices, and books that had been removed from the cleaned-out library were being stacked in the hallway, free for anyone to take, according to students' accounts.

Illinois education officials were also on

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