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New sexual education bill

New sexual education bill

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Tammy Duckworth receives honorary doctoral degree from NIU

Tammy Duckworth receives honorary doctoral degree from NIU

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Northern Illinois University awards honorary degrees to individuals who have achieved distinction in education, public service, literature, business or in the professions. Twenty seven individuals have been so honored since 1983. Today we will honor a 28th. Ladda Tammy Duckworth has a strong connection to NIU. In the 1990’s and in the early portion of […]

Campus Safety at UIC

Campus Safety at UIC

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UIC is such a beautiful place, and the campus is so diverse. And people are really nice here. And I’m so glad I came to UIC in Chicago. As the Chief of Police I make sure I dialogue not just with the students, but also with parents. I have an open door policy, so any […]

Student Life at Moraine Valley Community College

Student Life at Moraine Valley Community College

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♪ Boo! [scream] [laughter]>>We’re glad you’re here. Moraine Valley is your best choice. In Student Life we offer various clubs, organizations, programs and services that get you involved outside of the classroom. We offer over 40 clubs, which can be from career interests or to just.. you just want to have fun. The benefits of […]

Graduate & Doctoral Hooding

Graduate & Doctoral Hooding

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Hoods will be provided for use to graduate and doctoral degree candidates during the ceremony. These hoods must be purchased or returned following the ceremony. The appropriate hood color will be placed over the graduate’s head from behind. Graduates should bend at the knees if necessary to assist during hooding. The person hooding the students […]

Leadership lived: Eric Loera

Leadership lived: Eric Loera

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My name is Eric Loera. I’m a sophomore majoring in political science, minoring in communication at UIS. “President – present.” I’m involved in Student Government Association as the secretary. I’m also involved in Alternative Spring Break as the secretary. I’m a mentor for the CAP Honors Program on campus. I’m also a member of the […]

Leadership lived: Matthew Traxler

Leadership lived: Matthew Traxler

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My name is Matthew Traxler. I’m a senior and I’m a business administration major with a focus in finance and double minors in accountancy and marketing. I’m involved with Alternative Spring Break as a member. I’m in Phi Kappa Tau fraternity as the recruitment chair. I’m the entertainment chair for Dance Marathon and I’m also […]

Leadership lived: Maura Freeman

Leadership lived: Maura Freeman

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My name is Maura Freeman. I’m a senior double majoring in Communication and English. So the two big things that I’m involved with on campus are I’m the editor-in-chief of The Journal, which is an editorially independent newspaper on campus. That’s been really exciting to do. Before I was the editor-in-chief, I was a columnist […]

A Few Minutes With… Episode 25 | College of Applied Health Sciences at Illinois

A Few Minutes With… Episode 25 | College of Applied Health Sciences at Illinois

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VINCE LARA: Hello. This is Vince Lara at the College of Applied Health Sciences at the University of Illinois. Today I spend a few minutes with Brian Siemann, two time paralympian who’s training again in Illinois for a spot in the 2020 games in Tokyo. Brian, good to talk to you. So you’re a graduate […]

Parkland College Photography Classes (ART 128 & 228, ART 129 & 229)

Parkland College Photography Classes (ART 128 & 228, ART 129 & 229)

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the digital photography class emphasizes the basics of photography as far as using your camera using your equipment seeing light things like that just like the film class does except everything’s digital there’s more emphasis on the digital technology and how to work with the software the biggest thing is I really learned how to […]