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UIS Feature: Game Faces - Women's Soccer

With the start of the new semester comes the start of the new soccer season, and the UIS Prairie Stars men's and women's teams are gearing up for success on the field.

UIS Feature: Citizens of the World

With the start of a new semester approaching, many students are finishing their study abroad experiences. For those who took the opportunity, they’ve returned with new friendships and a more nuanced way of looking at the world. For those who want to try it, information can be found in the UIS Study Abroad office.

UIS Feature: Throwback Thursday

Workers stand outside a geodesic dome built by students for a crafts fair called "Alternatives in Environments and Technology" that was held at SSU from May 7-13 , 1973. Photo taken circa 1977. The photographic history of SSU/UIS can be found online in Campus Archival Documents.

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Leadership lived: Gella-Kate MeeksGella-Kate Meeks has made the University of Illinois Springfield her home. The criminal justice major came to campus wanting to make an impact. She is now the secretary of the Legacy Dance Team, co-vice president of the campus performance arts group Creative Flow, and talent coordinator for the...Featured Video: Leadership lived: Gella-Kate MeeksLeadership lived: Marc ReiterMarc Reiter has always had a passion for politics. The political science major at the University of Illinois Springfield is now president of the College Democrats on campus. He's also president of the Amnesty International group, a senator on the Student Government Association, and Speaker of the...Featured Video: Leadership lived: Marc Reiter

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Robyn Crutchfield

Robyn Crutchfield wanted to make sure she was far enough away from home, but not too far when she chose the University of Illinois Springfield. “I enjoy the small school feel of UIS and the feeling of support I get here,” she says. The sociology major is heavily involved on campus as president of the Alternative Spring Break student organization… Read more »