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TAMID provides experiential student learning through the Israeli economy

TAMID provides experiential student learning through the Israeli economy

By Amanda Rhee, Contributing Writer

October 15, 2018


Filed under Life & Culture, Student Organizations

Two University students, Dylan Abrams, junior in ACES, and Lucas Marks, junior in Business, co-founded the TAMID Beta Chapter at Illinois this fall. TAMID is a national professional business organization with 53 chapters across the country. The organization promotes student experiential learning by worki...

Illinois welcomes professional fraternity

Illinois welcomes professional fraternity

By Megan Bradley, Staff Writer

October 8, 2018


Filed under Life & Culture, Student Organizations

Madeline Barone’s interest in the environment stems partly from her citizenship in Costa Rica, an environmentally conscious country ranked the happiest in the world because of its sustainability practices, according to the Happy Planet Index. Now, the junior in LAS has found a way to bring some of that ...

Penny Dreadful Players gives non-theater majors a creative outlet

Penny Dreadful Players gives non-theater majors a creative outlet

By Emma Palatnik, Staff Writer

September 27, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Life & Culture, Student Organizations

Students, like Gracie McCall, senior in LAS, aren’t always given the opportunity to participate in theatrical productions as non-theater majors. Groups like the Penny Dreadful Players give them that chance. The Penny Dreadful Players, or PDP, is a student-run RSO. This semester, they are produci...