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 October 11, 2006

Volume 25, Issue 6

 
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Students hit the polls for senate race

No hanging or "pregnant" chads in this election.  The results came to students around 5:30 on Thursday, October 5, with little difficulty.

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And the winners are...

View student election results

 

UIS Launches Experiential Service-Learning Programs

Many students are familiar with UIS' Applied Study Term (AST) and Credit for Prior Learning (CPL) programs.  AST and CPL have served the UIS campus community since the founding of SSU in 1969.  However, as campuses change and grow, so do their curricula.

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The Journal Reader Survey

The Journal staff has worked hard to bring you interesting articles, captivating photos, insightful opinions, current news, and more. The number of people viewing the online version of The Journal has doubled since the start of the semester to nearly 5,000 readers per week!  But, we want to know more about what you want to know more about! 

Click here to let us know what features of The Journal you like best and what you would like to see more often in the student newspaper.      

 

Photograph by Jeremy Wilburn

 

Students roast marshmallows over a roaring flaming pit at Monday nights bonfire.

 

Home is where the fun is 

Photo Essay by Jeremy Wilburn

 

Thanks for reading The Journal!