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Stephen Hwang recieves a flu shot

January 8, 2013

Flu shots urged as influenza on rise

As more cases of influenza are reported, it’s time to get a flu shot, says a UIC epidemiologist.

Lisa Lee in front of a graffiti face

January 8, 2013

‘Sites of revolution and subversion’

“Art, art history, museums, are rarified elitist things historically. But they’ve also been sites of revolution and subversion. It’s just a matter of finding new ways of talking about and communicating that to people.”

Passengers waiting for the train

January 8, 2013

Campus News

Students can pick up their CTA U-Pass at scheduled times beginning this week.

January 8, 2013

Police Beat

Criminal activity on and around campus for Dec. 16-Jan. 6, as reported by the UIC Police Department.

Dentistry clinic in the 1920s

December 18, 2012

Dentistry makes big plans for centennial

The College of Dentistry celebrates a milestone in 2013.

“Commerce in Human Souls: The Legacy of the Atlantic Slave Trade."

December 18, 2012

Special events

Ongoing: UIC Library exhibit explores “Commerce in Human Souls: The Legacy of the Atlantic Slave Trade.”

December 18, 2012

Police Beat

Criminal activity reported on and around campus by UIC Police, Dec. 10-15.

Chicago skyline from UIC

December 18, 2012

Campus news

Most UIC offices and services will be closed from Dec. 24 through Jan. 1 for holidays and reduced service days.

students playing intramural basketball

December 13, 2012

Get fit, get smart: the end is near

With days getting shorter and the end of the semester getting closer, what’s the best way to maximize energy and learning abilities before and during finals?

dollar sign

December 12, 2012

Pension system suffers ‘systematic underfunding,’ lobbyists say

The problem with the state pension system isn’t the amount of benefits state retirees receive, but the way the system has been funded since the 1930s, two lobbyists told UIC faculty members Friday.

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