July 11, 2012Swimmer competes in Olympic trials
UIC alumnus Steve Yemm competed in the U.S. Olympic Swimming and Diving Trials, missing the semifinals by just .32 seconds.
July 11, 2012Back to Mayberry
“He knew what was going on, and he knew what was really important. He knew when to be firm, and when to just let people learn their lesson.”
July 11, 2012Finding jobs for military veterans
Student veterans looking for a job could be hired on the spot at an employment fair Thursday in the UIC Forum.
July 11, 2012UIC’s helping hands put Higgs particle within scientists’ grasp
You can’t see it, but information gleaned from trillions of smashed atoms suggests it’s really there: the elusive subatomic particle called the Higgs boson, deemed essential to the physical workings of our universe. UIC physicists are part of this international scientific search.
July 3, 2012Athletes named academic all-stars
Eight UIC student athletes were recognized for achievements in and outside the classroom with a place on the Horizon League’s Spring Academic All-League Teams.
July 3, 2012Public housing
“From the perspective of what a public housing agency is supposed to do, its primary mission is to provide public housing.”
July 3, 2012Falcon chick may be Rosie’s last
It’s been an annual tradition since 1999: the banding of the falcon chicks born to Rosie, UIC’s resident peregrine, high on a ledge of University Hall. Last week’s banding may be the last one, though.
July 3, 2012Easter starts job as UI president
“I can’t tell you the privilege I feel serving in this role,” Bob Easter told journalists and staff members Monday as he began his first official workday as 19th president of the University of Illinois.
July 3, 2012Happy Fourth!
Happy Fourth of July!
March 21, 2012UIC Police first fully accredited university force
The UIC Police became the first university police force in Illinois to receive full accreditation from the Commission for the Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies, a national credentialing authority for municipal, county and state agencies.