"I refused to live as a man one more day, no matter how thick my stubble was," UIS graduate Kari O’Doran said when describing her first day dressing in women’s clothing. “I never felt like a masculine person my whole life. There were things about myself that separated me from others.”
O’Doran... READ MORE »»
Many students around campus wonder about the mysterious sculptures and their significance to UIS and Sangamon State University.
Jasmine McAllister, senior pre-med clinical psychology major said, “I wish we had more [sculptures] on campus.” She also asked, “Why are they here?” McAllister,... READ MORE »»
Krokodil, a heroin-like drug, has made its way from Russia to the United States within the past few weeks, according to the DEA.
Krokodil, or desomorphine, was first discovered in Russia about 10 years ago and has over three million users hooked. Each year this drug claims the lives of over 30,000... READ MORE »»
UIS students are offered a variety of on-campus jobs each semester. Contrary to what students may think, the dirtiest on-campus jobs turn out to be not so dirty after all.
Two “dirty” jobs available to UIS students are food service and cleaning crew. These jobs require student workers to clean... READ MORE »»
The roaring crowd, screeching shoes and fans yelling - all of this is returning to TRAC this winter as the basketball teams prepare for their upcoming season. But who leads our students on the court and what do they think about the fast approaching season?
Men’s basketball head coach Ben Wierzba... READ MORE »»