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Spacious Facility for El Centro

Amena Ahmed, Staff Writer March 5, 2012

Construction plans are underway for a new three-story campus building in the Irving Park neighborhood to move El Centro, a satellite campus of NEIU. The $15 million project is supposed to provide better...

Republican GOP: Four Way Tug-O-War

Ryan Tolley, Staff Writer March 5, 2012

  The fight for Republican nomination has been one of uncertainty, with each state election a new candidate jumps ahead, only to fall behind again. The Republican field has been narrowed down to...

President Barack Obama – An Overview Of The Incumbent

Matthew Sardo, News Editor February 7, 2012

    President Barrack Obama has been in the White House for three years. With the 2012 election on the horizon, and President Obama up for re-election, his resume could use some review. The...

Newt Gingrich – Republican Candidate Perspective

Matthew Sardo, Staff Writer February 7, 2012

    Following a major victory by Newt Gingrich in the South Carolina primary, the state of the Republican Presidential Nomination remains something of a toss-up, What isn't unclear...

NEIU Mourns Dr. Michael T. Kelly, Dean of Students

Janean L. Watkins, Editor in Chief February 7, 2012

      Dr. Michael T. Kelly touched the hearts of many students; faculty and staff at NEIU. His presence will be missed. Dr. Kelly, known as Dean Kelly to many of his...

Learning Support Center – Tutoring, Teaching, and More…

Lluvia Carrisoza, Visual Media Editor February 7, 2012

  During the Fall 2011 semester, the Math lab, the Writing lab and the Learning Center came together and formed the new NEIU Learning Center. Through this consolidation, the Learning Center offers...

Dr. Martha Biondi: Women and the Civil Rights Movement

Joe Daddario, Staff Writer /Photographer January 24, 2012

                    Dr. Martha Biondi came to Northeastern on Thursday the 19th do give a talk on "Women of the Civil...

The Island of Misfit Electronics

Jennifer Galuhn January 24, 2012

    As of January 1st, 2012, all Illinois residents are required by law recycle their old electronics. When a persons cell phone can no longer recover from being dropped on the floor too...

Rahm Emanuel and Chicago City Government Transparency

Igor Studenkov, Senior Staff Writer January 24, 2012

When he campaigned for mayor, Rahm Emanuel promised that his government would be transparent and accountable. Every mayoral candidate since the Jane Byrne has promised something similar – only a few...

Board of Trustees faced with many issues concerning NEIU community

Vasilka Atanasova , Staff Writer February 21, 2011

One more Board of Trustees meeting began and ended with tense questions and comments regarding the future of the NEIU community. Students lined up outside Alumni Hall protesting against many of the...

MAP Grant Reductions Leave Thousands Without Aid

Syed Ahad Hussain, Senior Staff Writer February 21, 2011

The second and third term payments of 2010-11 Monetary Award Program (MAP) have been reduced up to five percent. According to the Illinois Student Assistance Commission's (ISAC) newsletter, "When the 2010-11...

Tunisia’s “Electronic Revolution” – Will it be a model for the Arab world?

Agustin Flores, Staff Writer February 7, 2011

Tunisia's appearance in the headline of the New York Times in January may have welcomed it to world politics and rebranded the conceptions Westerners have learned towards the Arab world. But to those...

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