The Independent

Why every undergraduate student should seek a teaching certificate for a living wage employment

August 27, 2019

From: Stewart E Brekke, PhD Former NEIU MAT in Physics Teaching student about 1969-73 [email protected]  Large numbers of higher education graduates with at least BAs in such fields as business, psychology, criminal justice, physical education and even computer science are working as baristas and cashiers at Starbucks and...

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On the birth of our nation: A Letter to the Editor

July 23, 2019

Unknown to many, the first patriot casualty of the Revolutionary War was a mulatto person, Crispus Attucks,...

One of the signs made for the April 1 day of protest at NEIU to resurrect public education./Photo by Mary Kroeck

Letter to the Editor

April 5, 2016

Public education is dangerous, especially for the working classes. It gives people ideas, like that e...

Ghaleb Azroui

Letter to the Editor

April 23, 2013

"I was never scared of what they had done to me, I knew they violated the law and they would face charges later."

Letter to the Editor

April 12, 2013

Open Letter to Vice President of Student Affairs Frank Ross Dear Dr. Ross; Last year, on June 29th, 2012, students were summarily locked out of their club, the WZRD radio station by actions taken by then-Director of Student Affairs Sharron Evans, and Media Advisor Tasha Neumeister. The reasons given for this extreme action...

The Basement Is No Place for Us

February 7, 2012

Every now and again while reading a newspaper or any periodical there's an article about Northeastern Illinois University. Northeastern was ranked at the top among other ethnically diverse universities in the Midwest. I have also witnessed articles that speak of the fact that students who graduated from NEIU did so with relatively...

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