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Terri Goss Kinzy speaking at podium wearing a mask
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Illinois State University President Terri Goss Kinzy said the university will emerge from the coronavirus pandemic more resilient, but COVID has taken a financial toll. In her first State of the University address, Kinzy said ISU's COVID-related costs were $25 million, even after state and federal funding came in.
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