April 9, 2013Campus News
Harilyn Rousso, a “founding mother” of the U.S. disabled women’s movement, discusses overcoming prejudice about disability.
April 9, 2013Students in fashion spotlight
More than 70 UIC students will strut down the runway Friday in the 33rd Annual UIC Fashion Show.
April 9, 2013Art captures spirit of Ravinia Festival
“I really wanted to show how expressive music is as an art form,” says Jawaan Burge.
April 9, 2013History lives on
“I always thought it would be wonderful in the afterlife if you could listen to them debate.”
April 9, 2013In Daley Library, fourth floor is the place to study, socialize
Every student has a preference for where they like to study. But the fourth floor of the Daley Library is a top choice.
April 9, 2013Students react to documentary on Palestinian villager’s struggles
Students who attended a campus screening of the documentary “5 Broken Cameras” say it had a big impact.
April 7, 2013Injustice on the menu for food workers
“The food we eat too often has been made possible by someone else’s misery,” says Eric Schlosser, author of “Fast Food Nation.”
April 5, 2013Resale shops thrive despite online competition
Secondhand stores thrive because patrons seek “intangible satisfactions,” not just bargains.
April 5, 2013Re-Thinking Soup: ‘Ramen Dreams’
Free lunch and discussion series features ramen, video chat with Chef Keizo Shimamoto.
April 5, 2013‘Don’t Call Me Inspirational’
Harilyn Rousso, one of the “founding mothers” of the U.S. disabled women’s movement, speaks April 19.