Opinion

Date: 
Saturday, September 24th, 2016
“[Students] have recently lost any right to publicly express dissatisfaction with this school.”

That sentence, written by student Sanjin Ibrahimovic near the top of a wide-ranging 1990-word post to the Illinois Tech Student Community (ITSC) Facebook group, was the first public sign of simmering discontent over a small new section of the university’s Student Code of Conduct which had been the subject of private outcry among campus activists during the preceding week.

Date: 
Friday, September 23rd, 2016

As the weather gets steadily colder over the next few months, keep in mind that while the transition may be depressing for you, the change of season is a lot harder for those who come from warmer climates. International students from the Caribbean attending Illinois Tech are in for an especially hard time.

Date: 
Saturday, September 24th, 2016
“[Students] have recently lost any right to publicly express dissatisfaction with this school.”

That sentence, written by student Sanjin Ibrahimovic near the top of a wide-ranging 1990-word post to the Illinois Tech Student Community (ITSC) Facebook group, was the first public sign of simmering discontent over a small new section of the university’s Student Code of Conduct which had been the subject of private outcry among campus activists during the preceding week.

Date: 
Saturday, September 24th, 2016

Riding up the elevator in the Tower is usually not very exciting.  Wouldn’t it help to be greeted by a smiling face while walking into the office on the 14th floor after turning right?  Entering the School of Applied Technology (SAT) office in Suite 14B of the Tower, no one can help smiling back to Carolyn Nivling.  She is the one sitting behind the desk, ready to greet anyone who might stop in.  Nivling is currently the SAT Assistant Director of Student Services, also dealing with alumni relations.  Nearly a year ago, Nivling was promoted from her previous position with Illin

Date: 
Saturday, September 24th, 2016

Kids dream about becoming different people in life: starting from a princess or a prince when they are five, to a scientist or president when they are ten, an artist or author when they are fifteen, to finally selecting a major in college. A student's major in college helps them decide a career and what they wish to be in their professional life.