November 2, 2012First-hand education in presidential politics
Political science student Emily Kosa is gaining once-in-a-lifetime experience with the Obama presidential campaign.
October 31, 2012Honoring traditions, sharing memories
Students place decorated sugar skulls and paper flowers to honor departed loved ones at a communal altar celebrating Dia de los Muertos.
October 31, 2012Watch history in the making at election-night party
Live-streaming election coverage will give the UIC community a chance to get together and watch election results at a party Tuesday.
October 31, 2012UIC Library’s IDEA Commons Wins Two Architectural Design Awards
The IDEA Commons, a cutting-edge learning and meeting environment at the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Richard J. Daley Library, has received two awards for design from the American Institute of Architects’ Chicago chapter.
October 29, 2012UIC Theatre Presents American Take on Russian Farce
The University of Illinois at Chicago Theatre’s second play of the season is based on “The Suicide,” a Russian satire so sharp that Josef Stalin banned it before even a single performance and exiled its author, Nicolai Erdman, to Siberia.
October 24, 2012Thrills and chills at Halloween concert
Hear ominous music performed by scary-looking student musicians as the UIC Orchestra performs its free Halloween concert Thursday.
October 24, 2012Communicate with USG, win a cupcake
The UIC Undergraduate Student Government is partnering with Flirty Cupcakes for a new campaign, “Cupcakes for Communication.”
October 24, 2012Designing 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.
October 24, 2012Dance like there’s thousands watching
Noelle Paige is the featured dancer in a music video for an empowering song by pop/soul singer Kelsey.
October 24, 2012Encouraging Latino students to pursue health care careers
The College of Medicine will encourage Latino high school and college students to pursue careers in health care with the help of a five-year, $3.4 million federal grant.