The Journal, University of Illinois at Springfield Weekly Campus Newspaper

More Stories - September 2008

September 24, 2008

Brookens Under Construction
By Drew Thomason

Student Killed
By Amanda Dahlquist

Immigration focus of photojournalist's exhibit
By Armondo Vega

Constitution Day panel addresses media difficulties
By Greta Myers

Search under way for Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs
By Ashley Rueff

Documentary Spotlights 1908 Springfield race riot
By Michael Omenazu

Campus bookstore set to move to Founders
By Gary Smothers

Homecoming week to be filled with activity
By Brittney Meyer

Lettuce and onions, but hold the meat
By Greta Myers

Depth, preparation, has coaches eager for ITA tournament tomorrow
By David Clary

Soccer team balances next year's aspirations with this year's ambition
By Marcus Johnson

UIS goes 3 for 3 in weekend preseason games in Missouri
By Robert Jackson

Review: One of the best DVDs you've never seen
By Gary Smothers

Feed Store is a downtown staple for lunch
By Nicole Calcagno

Pat Quinn a standout in Illinois government
By Drew Thomason

Letter to the Editor: Pajamas for Kids

Spotlight on ... Ryan Tosh


September 17, 2008

Students respond to Wal-mart’s move into neighborhood
By Brittney Meyer

SGA tackles transportation issues
By Pete Nickeas

Grad. enrollment down; minority students swell the
ranks of undergrads in new enrollment figures

By Ashley Rueff

Scholar finds textbook versions of history flawed
By Armando Vega

Prairie Stars survive against future GLVC opponent
By Robert Jackson

Women’s soccer scores place in record books
By Michael Omenazu

Opinion: Where are all the Katzenmoyers?
By Marcus Johnson

Opinion: Unintended director’s commentary during game
By Robert Jackson

UIS graduate Micah Walk rocks Springfield and beyond with new album ‘Brightside Fantasy”
By Nicole Calcagno

10 Years Later, Coen Brothers’ classic bowls fans over
By Drew Thomason

Review: Buffalo Wild Wings packed with flavor, entertainment, and people
By Nicole Calcagno

Spotlight on...

Letter to the Editor:


September 10, 2008

Illinois Senator calls for fair textbook price
By Armando Vega

Budget cuts threaten to shut down historic home museum
By Drew Thomason

Faculty, staff enjoy the opportunity to “go green”
By Greta Myers

SGA prepares for elections, voter drive
By Pete Nickeas

New Diversity Center promotes student interaction
By Ashley Rueff

Sex Signals comedy performance forces audience to confront realities of sexual abuse
By Gary Smothers

UIS volleyball prepares for D2 move with this year’s schedule
By Marcus Johnson

Female athletes ‘double-major’ in competition
By Robert Jackson

Journal Staff Predicts

Spotlight on...

VP Picks reveal much about candidates Biden, Palin drawn into the spotlight
By Armando Vega

Opinion: Football nut hits the road
By Evan Crum

New series offers a trip back to 90210
By Nicole Calcagno

Noodles promises old faves with a twist
By Nicole Calcagno


September 03, 2008

Back to where it began
By Amanda Dahlquist

Obama-Biden visit attracts merchants, visitors
By Greta Myers

Retention a key focus for the administration in 2009
By Ashley Rueff

School administration prepares for the worst
By Drew Thomason

New pond fountain a gift for all
By Pete Nickeas

Citizenship part of UIS education
By: Armando Vega

Noted Hypnotist Visits UIS, Mesmerizes Audience
By Gary Smothers

Jello Olympics: Getting jiggly with it
By Brittney Meyer

Rec. Sports Staff hopes changes create new intramural culture
By Robert Jackson

Illini, Tigers renew border rivalry at Edward Jones Dome
By Marcus Johnson

Opinion: UIS soccer an unclear picture for me
By: David Clary

Lions hope for storybook year in NFC North
By Robert Jackson

Coming from a place more flat than Springfield
By Evan Crum

Small talk with...

Death Cab, Rihanna bring the heat with hot summer releases
By Nicole Calcagno

“Poison” a knock out at the Prairie Capitol Convention Center
By Nicole Calcagno



 


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