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November 13, 2014

Resignation settlement released under FOIA request

Duane Malany , Staff Writer

November 12, 2014

Filed under Journal Archives, News

The former Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Dr. Tim Barnett, resigned Aug. 5 this year. Unconfirmed rumors have surrounded the university this semester in regards to why Barnett decided to resign. The resignation agreement... Read more »

Boone Saloon review

Boone Saloon review

November 12, 2014

Department chairs say meeting with Provost, and others ‘tense’

Duane Malany , Staff Writer

November 12, 2014

Filed under Journal Archives, News

On Oct. 8, Provost Lynn Pardie hosted a meeting for UIS department chairs where they were told they could not be part of the faculty unionization. The meeting resulted in confusion and some department chairs walking out. In... Read more »

Wallenda walks on air—–literally

Raven Wilson, Staff Writer

November 12, 2014

Filed under Features, Journal Archives

The prospect of standing, suspended hundreds of feet above a river in the middle of Chicago seems insane to the average person. But to 35-year-old Nik Wallenda, it is as if he is at home. Nik Wallenda is the seventh generation... Read more »

UIS hosted the first ‘Nearly Naked Mile’

Marc Cox, Assisstant Editor for News

November 12, 2014

Filed under Journal Archives, News

On Nov. 6, 27 participants braved the frigid weather conditions and ran in the inaugural “Nearly Naked Mile” charity event. The purpose of the event was to benefit the Land of Lincoln Goodwill. The Volunteer and Civic Engagement... Read more »

UIS hosts ‘Know Your Rights’ forum

Josh Lawson, Assistant Editor for Features

November 12, 2014

Filed under Journal Archives, News

The “Know Your Rights” forum took place last week, informing students on their rights against unreasonable search and seizure. Young Americans for Liberty at UIS hosted the event. The 4th Amendment is a hot topic amongst... Read more »

Unemployment rate in Illinois

November 7, 2014

Filed under Journal Archives, News

The unemployment rate in Illinois is expected to keep decreasing. Illinois state officials have shown that the state’s unemployment rate has improved for seven consecutive months, with the rate currently at 6.6 percent (NBC... Read more »