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Leading from the Middle

Spencer Voyles, Staff Writer

October 31, 2018

Filed under Academics, Campus News, Fall 2018

When one considers the stratification of his or her job’s management, his or her perception of leadership typically only takes into account two levels of workers. One is considered a leader or “top,” or a low-level employee,...

Prairie Stars on the Move: Kyler Wulff Chairs Scholarship for Delta Kappa Epsilon

Nathan Cooper, Staff Writer

October 31, 2018

Filed under Campus News, Fall 2018, Features, Student Affairs

Delta Kappa Epsilon, also known as DKE, is the newest fraternity at the University of Illinois Springfield.  With twelve active members, this organization is quickly growing to be one of the larger Greek Life organizations...

Art Exhibit Displays Back Male Love

Emily Albrecht, Copy Editor

October 31, 2018

Filed under Campus News, Fall 2018, Top Stories

The University of Illinois Springfield showed some love Thursday, Oct. 25 with the showcasing of a new art exhibit. “Love You Bro,” by artist Stephanie Graham, opened at 5:30pm in the Visual Arts Gallery in Health and Science B...

UIS Theater Presents: Silent Sky

Spencer Voyles, Staff Writer

October 24, 2018

Filed under Campus News, Entertainment, Fall 2018, Top Stories

For its fall production, UIS theater performed the play Silent Sky. Written by playwright Lauren Gunderson and first performed in 2017, the play brings to light the forgotten story of one of the world’s greatest astronomical innovators. Along the same v...

PostSecret Breaks Barriers

Spencer Voyles, Staff Writer

October 24, 2018

Filed under Campus News, Fall 2018, Top Stories

Frank Warren has been called “The Most Trusted Man In America,” and his PostSecret presentation did not make anyone doubt the title. Over the course of an hour, Warren took his audience on a roller coaster ride through...

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