Hungry: Why wait?
At UIS, when hunger pains
strike, the swipe of the I-Card at the Food Emporium fixes the
problem. When sleep deprivation sets in, a much needed nap
takes place in the comfort of a warm bed in LRH or the townhouses.
For the rest of America, hunger and homelessness is a growing
problem where there is no quick solution.
Bicycles need a safe place at UIS
Bikes everywhere, but nowhere to lock them up. While many UIS
students do not notice a bicycle problem on campus, several students
have. These students are generally campus residents.
LGBTQ proposal in works
The September 16
proposal for an Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and
Queer Concerns continues to be an issue on the UIS campus.