All politics

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March 18, 2021

UIC earns voter-friendly campus designation again

UIC is one of 235 colleges and universities across 37 states and the District of Columbia to receive the accolade

Zizi Papacharissi, UIC professor and head of communication and p

March 11, 2021

New book considers democracy’s future, improving governance

Draws on interviews conducted with everyday citizens of more than 30 countries

January 21, 2021

UIC Law alumnus makes history in new role as Illinois House speaker

State Rep. Emanuel “Chris” Welch, 1997 UIC John Marshall Law School alumnus, becomes the first Black speaker in the state’s history

The Fight for Asian American Political Power

November 25, 2019

Panel calls for more Asian American representation in politics

Asian Americans face barriers to office, despite being fastest-growing demographic, panel says

Jay Olshansky

July 26, 2019

When considering presidential candidates, age is just a number

New white paper provides first science-based calculations on topic

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March 7, 2019

UIC designated a voter-friendly campus

Campus honored for planning and implementing practices that encourage students to register, vote

Campus Conversation; Dr. Martha Nussbaum

February 6, 2019

Campus Conversation explores role of anger in politics

What role do emotions have on society during a time of political polarization?

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November 14, 2018

UIC takes second in voting pledge

More than 1,200 UIC students pledge to vote in Midterm Elections

October 25, 2018

UIC hosts civic leader lecture series

Topics focus on Chicago area social, economic and political conditions

Karen Lewis

October 24, 2018

New book details six decades of black politics, education reform

UIC historian examines historical, contemporary direction of urban education

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