All Entries by UIC News contributor

Kenneth Thomas

November 7, 2012

Role of student trustee: serving as voice of UIC community

When you are walking around campus you may be wondering what the role of student trustee is.

Young people having a discussion

October 24, 2012

Thinking about a career in student affairs?

“If you truly want to make a difference in the lives of students inside and outside the classroom, then student affairs is the profession for you,” says Barbara Henley, vice chancellor for student affairs.

Undergraduate Student Government logo

October 24, 2012

Communicate with USG, win a cupcake

The UIC Undergraduate Student Government is partnering with Flirty Cupcakes for a new campaign, “Cupcakes for Communication.”

"Fields of Fresh"

October 24, 2012

Designing video games can cost virtually nothing

Nathan Hurde always wanted to make video games. All it took to get started was a simple Google search on how to design them, “and the rest is history,” he says.

Noelle Paige dancing

October 24, 2012

Dance like there’s thousands watching

Noelle Paige is the featured dancer in a music video for an empowering song by pop/soul singer Kelsey.

Golden Crescent symbol of Islam

October 17, 2012

Violence isn’t answer to anti-Islamic film, students say

A recent anti-Islamic film is causing disturbance to the Muslim world. Since the video has been uploaded, it has caused upheaval across the globe.

UIC student blogger Lauren Muellner

October 17, 2012

Singing, dancing, dessert: ways to keep stress in check

“I am at that point in the semester when I have to throw my hands in the air and wave ’em like I just don’t care,” says UIC student blogger Lauren Muellner.

School of Public Health Class of 1973

October 17, 2012

Public Health celebrates 40 years of research, service

The School of Public Health marks its 40th anniversary this year with events leading up to a gala at the Chicago Cultural Center next spring.

“Look Up” by Daria Orlowska

October 10, 2012

Share your work in Red Shoes Review

The student-run literary and arts magazine Red Shoes Review is accepting student submissions. It’s a great way to gain exposure and build an impressive résumé.

October 10, 2012

Consequences of amending Constitution

On Nov. 6, the citizens of Illinois will be asked to vote on a proposal to amend the state constitution. The changes wrought by Constitutional Amendment 49 would affect every state university.

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