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Community Summit on Evaluation Practice at University of Illinois Springfield

Manuel Roman-Basora I, Guest Writer

October 10, 2018

Filed under Academics, Campus News, Fall 2018, Features

On Thursday, Oct 11, the College of Public Affairs and Administration (CPAA) and its Doctor of Public Administration (DPA) program of the University of Illinois at Springfield (UIS) will host a community summit on evaluation pr...

UIS Students connect with alumni and practice networking at Meet and Eat event

Cassie Buchman, Staff Writer

October 10, 2018

Filed under Academics, Campus News, Fall 2018, Features, Interviews

Students mingled with alumni and developed connections at a “Meet and Eat Student and Alumni Networking” event on Oct. 1. During the evening, students and alumni introduced themselves through table networking activities an...

“It’s On Us” Campaign Aims to Collect Pledges with Upcoming Drive

Cassie Buchman, Staff Writer

October 10, 2018

Filed under Campus News, Fall 2018, Features

To kick off a pledge drive for the “It’s On Us” Campaign at the University of Illinois Springfield, a Proclamation is set from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Oct. 22 in the Sangamon Auditorium Lobby. Johanny Martinez, a graduate as...

University of Illinois Springfield Students Detail Concerns on Flyer, Plan Anonymous Publication

Jacob Tebbe and Cassie Buchman

October 10, 2018

Filed under Campus News, Fall 2018, Features, Publications, Student Affairs, Top Stories

A flyer detailing a number of grievances about the University of Illinois Springfield’s administration, with plans to produce a publication voicing these concerns, was distributed around campus last week.   The flyer, with the heading “UIS Cannot Silence Us,” lists ten grievances with administrators, and states th...

Banned Books Week 2018: Where Is The Movement Going?

Spencer Voyles, Staff Writer

October 3, 2018

Filed under Campus News, Fall 2018, Features, Publications

Started in 1982 by free speech activist Judith Krug and carried by the American Library Association(ALA), Banned Books Week has not lost its vigor in publicizing books currently facing challenges in American libraries and schools. ...

The Displaced Persons Act of 1948: Local, National, and International Contexts

Emily Albrecht, Copy Editor

October 3, 2018

Filed under Campus News, Fall 2018, Features, News

“Living memory is an important thing in history,” Sandy Baksys emphasized ardently during the ECCE Speaker Series event “The Displaced Persons Act of 1948: Local, National, and International Contexts." She is a reporter...

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