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Seniors describe what they will miss most about University

Chris Liberio
Senior in Engineering

May 5, 2015

{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="f6065f84-f1d8-11e4-adce-f71dbb1c1983"}} Mayuri Parmar Senior in LAS 1. Being around people who are interested in similar things. It’s easy to find groups with people who can relate to you, especially in RSOs. 2. Living close to my friends. It’s a tight-knit commu...

Parting wisdom for the class of 2015

Parting wisdom for the class of 2015

May 5, 2015

And there we have it: Just like that, May approached, and thousands more students are preparing for their departure from the University. Time flies when you’re having fun — and when you’re drowning in a deep, endless abyss of schoolwork that consumes four years of your life. To echo something I ...

University senior reflects on getting the most out of college experience

Lauren Reed (right), senior in LAS, and friend Michelle Rudin (left) in front of Busey-Evans Residence Hall. Reed says she is excited about graduating in May but is also nostalgic about her experiences at the University.

May 5, 2015

The thought of another school year ending brings relief and joy to many students on campus. For another group of students, it brings feelings of nostalgia as they prepare for a major milestone in their lives: graduation. Lauren Reed, senior in ACES, is among this group of reminiscing students. She sai...

UI to hold 2nd annual NEDA walk Saturday

Attendants from the previous NEDA WALK in 2013. (From left to right: Lori Tabakin; Connie Langellier, clinical counselor at the University's Counseling Center; Scott Tabakin, ValueOptions Chief Financial Officer and guest speaker.)

By Stephanie Kim

April 16, 2015

More than 150 people will gather at the University Arboretum on Saturday morning for one cause: to raise awareness and support for those struggling with eating disorders. The University’s Counseling Center and McKinley Health Center are partnering with the National Eating Disorders Association, NEDA...