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 March 7, 2007

Volume 26, Issue 6

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Letter to the Editor

Featured Articles

Goin' to Kansas City

The UIS stadium was packed on Monday night for what would be the biggest game of the season against McKendree.  After winning Monday night's game, the Prairie Stars scored a spot in the National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics tournament and are headed to Kansas City, Mo. next week.



Illinois Student Association wants fair prices for textbooks

In addition to student loan debt relief in the foreseeable future, college students in Illinois may also see reductions in textbook prices, according to the Illinois Student Association.   



With the huge number of professors and students on the UIS campus, the Journal would like to attempt to introduce someone new.  In this issue, The Journal has chosen Dr. Jim Bonacum, professor of Biology.




We've narrowed our choices for the 2007 Feature Photo Contest down to three.  But now we need your help to pick a winner.  Tell us which of these three photos you think deserves a full-color spot in our March 28 issue.  Mail your vote to journal@uis.edu  Include the number of the photograph you want to win...and that's it!







Prairie Stars fade in Game Two


Stars fall in Sweet 16 to OK City (article)


Game Two (photo gallery)


Other Tournament

News and Photos

Pre-game photos from Kansas City

Prairie Stars Men's Basketball team wins first round of tournament in Kansas City, MO (news article)

Game One (photo gallery)


Arts & Entertainment

Vacation Hot Spots: Spring Break 2007


Top 5 Spring Break spots close to home


'As Bees in Honey Drown' a provocative, fantastic and sometimes funny play


Remaining Showtimes for 'As Bees in Honey Drown'


Thursday, March 8, 8:00 p.m.

Friday, March 9, 8:00 p.m.

Saturday, March 10, 8:00 p.m.


Students enticed to save energy

HPV Vaccine: To vaccinate or not?


Loss to Columbia brings ladies' season to a close

Thanks for reading The Journal!