NIU officials shut down 'coffee fund'
DEKALB – Northern Illinois University officials have closed a secret bank account reported to have channeled thousands of dollars to university employees.
NIU employees working at a campus physical plant allegedly sold scrap metal to a company that would write checks to the "coffee fund."
The (DeKalb) Daily Chronicle reports the account contained about $2,100 when closed. It was deposited into NIU's general fund.
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