During its two years in operation, the Argus, experienced plenty of successes and failures. However, the Argus had one fatal flaw: It relied on volunteers from the student body of the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Honors College students and faculty celebrated the release of five publications last Thursday. This marks the 11th anniversary for the Journal of Pre-Health Affiliated Students (JPHAS) and ushers in the first edition of a spoof newsletter called The Asterisk.
Recently the Argus published an article entitled, “Ending the Sex War” by Robert Kryzanawoski that offended some UIC students. As the editor of the Argus Opinions page, I strongly defend the decision to print the piece, despite outright calls from some readers that I should have censored it.
While policies regarding diversity in university admissions continue to be a source of contention in the United States, two universities are standing out on opposing sides of the debate.
Captain of the UIC Tennis team, Nate Kirk is also just another college student hoping to graduate and find a job.
Senator Brady loses to incumbent governor Quinn in gubernatorial election by a very small margin. Absentee ballots gave Brady false hope.
Midterm elections leave Democrats in the dirt.
Professor Robert D. Jonhston expects to publish his sixth book examining American history of vaccine to shed light on the ideas and concerns of anti-vaccinationists.
With the new addition of the Relaxation Room, students have a place for a peaceful getaway.
Adorned with an ‘Alexi 2010’ shirt, Kal Penn, better known as ‘Kumar’ from Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle, encouraged UIC students to attend the midterm elections this Nov. 2 at the 3rd floor of Student Center East.