Monthly Archives: November 2012

Photos of GEO’s “Let Us Work” Rally

On November 8, a “Let Us Work: Work With Us” rally was held by the GEO on the plaza of the Undergraduate Library.                        

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Campus Support Grows for GEO’s Efforts to Protect Public Education

The Graduate Employees Organization (GEO) at the University of Illinois is in the midst of an important fight to protect access to public higher-education. On campus support has been growing for the GEO in this struggle. The GEO represents about … Continue reading

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Real Citizens Against “Citizens United”

By: Colan Holmes & Marya Burke Voters have amplified the chants and signs of street protesters with the power of their pens. Seventy-two percent of the electorate in both Champaign and Urbana townships filled in the bubble to approve the … Continue reading

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Message to the Community from the UCIMC Board of Directors

Message to the C-U Community from the UCIMC Board of Directors Dear Community Members: The purpose of this communication is, first, to provide information about an incident that allegedly occurred at the Independent Media Center where one of our staff … Continue reading

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Section 20 of the UCIMC Personnel Policy, adopted March 20, 2012

“UC-IMC is committed to creating and maintaining a work place free of sexual harassment.  Improper conduct in the workplace is inappropriate and will not be tolerated.  This conduct includes: –Express or implied requests for sexual favors as a condition of … Continue reading

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“Expert” Opinions and the News Gazette

Some time back I received an email response from John Foreman, editor of the News-Gazette mildly taking me to task for a piece I wrote that appeared in the Public Eye. His problem stemmed from the fact that mention was … Continue reading

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