‘Bio-fied’ at the Visual Arts Gallery

John Kurecki, Staff Writer

April 15, 2015

Filed under Features, Journal Archives

“Bio-fied” is the latest attraction at the UIS Visual Arts Gallery. The exhibition, which has been on display since March 30, ends Thursday. Consisting of works from nine different artists, the gallery displays various artistic... Read more »

Looking deeper into a mental health

John Kurecki, Staff Writer

April 8, 2015

Filed under Features, Journal Archives

While mental health can be a complex and difficult topic to broach, it has been brought to the forefront of many discussions recently in light of the tragic Germanwings plane crash in France. The deadly incident, seemingly caused... Read more »

Things change, but not in Indiana

Ken Pacha, Staff Writer

April 8, 2015

Filed under Features, Journal Archives

Maurice Bessinger, a name few recognize, holds a strange place in the history of the United States. Bessinger believed that slavery was God’s will, desegregation qualified as “Satan’s work,” and that the federal government... Read more »

The history of Late Nite

John Kurecki, Staff Writer

April 1, 2015

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Late Nite is undoubtedly a name recognized by a significant portion of the UIS campus; the program has become ingrained in the culture of UIS. Three nights a semester the Student Activities Committee (SAC) puts on this event in... Read more »

The Ebony Ball

The Ebony Ball

March 4, 2015