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 April 4, 2007

Volume 26, Issue 8

 
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Spring Commencement 2007

On May 12, UIS will organize the 36th commencement ceremony at Prairie Capital Convention Center located in downtown Springfield. 

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Student government talks laundry, cricket, the New York Times

Sunday's Student Government Association (SGA) meeting again included discussion of Sunflower Court's laundry room as well as free distribution of the New York Times on campus and the addition of a cricket field.

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UISNAPSHOT

If you go to the Center of Teaching and Learning, there will be at least one professor that will help you with any math problems you need.  Professor Carol Saltsgaver is an experienced and certified mathematics teacher.  She teachers all versions of math from algebra and trigonometry to business calculus and contemporary statistics and many more in between.

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Photograph by Michael Mayosky

 

Wind tips over art exhibit in the quad

 

Winds reaching up to 60 m.p,h. knocked down Preston Jackson's work last weekend at the quad.  "Travels of My Seven Sisters" has been on show in the area between University Hall and the Health and Science Building since last September.  Torrential wind and water logged soil caused the piece to collapse unexpectedly on Sunday.  The Art Department carefully removed Jackson's work on Monday and said it was not harmed.  The new location of Jackson's piece is uncertain as of now.

 

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