Academic Senate meeting planned as well as talk on academic freedom
The system is designed to give students a sense of the real world, as they are required to make resumes and perform professional interviews.
"I think life gets better the older I get."
Try this little social experiment: Say "Mahomet Aquifer" to a friend and see if the conversation moves to "PCBs."
"Traditional norm is a challenge to him. If the line is here he sees what he can do to cross it a little bit."
"There were three things I'd always wanted to do since I was a kid. I wanted to work with lumber. I loved to drive, and I got wanderlust and wanted to be in the military. To me, I've done all three."
"We need to make sure we're educating our students with up-to-date technology to prepare them for the work world."
On the first day of autumn, it's time to start thinking about "leaf peeping."
As police take more heat about the heavier and more imposing weapons they carry, area law enforcement agencies say they deploy SWAT teams in only the most dangerous of circumstances and are mindful about when they send out officers in military-style gear.
With Professor Steven Salaita's attorneys saying they'll pursue legal action against the UI over it taking back the job offer their client accepted, we asked 10 more experts on the law: Is this a case you could win?
With just 45 days until Election Day — and 30 days until early voting starts in Illinois — it's an appropriate time for a rundown on when and where candidate debates will be held this fall.
As a percentage of incoming computer science students this fall, women make up 24.6 percent, triple what it was two years ago.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani has joined Activision's fight to dismiss a lawsuit filed by disgraced Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega against the company's popular "Call of Duty" videogame franchise.