By Dale Carroll-Coleman
Each Thursday I travel west, along the university streets, past the towering gray football stands, empty. Football ended on Oct. 2, 1970, when a plane carrying 36 members of the Wichita State University team crashed into a mountain on its way to Utah.
You send your son to college, excited to play ball and then.
This spring, Illinois legislators will face the issue of whether the state should require labels on foods that have been "entirely or partially produced with genetic engineering."
By David Green
By Gene Budig
For my 23 years as a university president/chancellor, I encouraged increased emphasis on intercollegiate athletics, believing at the time that the reasons were well-founded. In the main, they were.
By Joyce Tolliver and Nicholas C. Burbules
Less than two years after its formation, members of the faculty union on the University of Illinois at Chicago campus are already calling for a strike.
University of Illinois law professors John Colombo and Laurie Reynolds discuss the constitutionality of the pension reform bill passed and signed into law last week, as well as what may happen in the expected court challenges, in interviews with UI News Bureau business & law editor Phil Ciciora.
By Joseph Bauers
By RICHARD TRUMKA
Talk of renaming sports teams is all the rage these days.
In fact, the University of Illinois at Springfield is paying an out-of-state consultant about $20,000 to recommend new names for the university's athletic teams, according to a conversation I had with the school this week.
By TOM EMERY
The first Thanksgiving is often associated with the Pilgrims. Over two centuries later, President Lincoln was the first to make it official.