Send any comments/suggestions/feedback you have about UIC Libraries – changes to the facilities, journals/resources they should procure because of graduate student demand, etc. – email us as we will have the Office of the University Librarian attending our Spring meeting.
GSC Service Project with SLDVS: Share the Wealth school supplies drive
When: Nov 15th – Dec 3rd
Where: Collection boxes are in Student Centers E/W and other campus buildings.
It’s a great opportunity to give to our local community as the supplies go to 8 local children’s agencies and would benefit about 250 kids. There will be boxes in different buildings on campus so please donate as much as you can.
See the flyer.
Donations Sorting Event:
When: Dec 6 & 7th — time TBA
Where: UIC Hospital
Spread the holiday cheer by joining volunteers to sort out the donations over hot chocolate and holiday music!
GSC End of Semester Party!
When: Dec 3rd 4:30pm-8pm
Where: Stanley’s on Racine (324 South Racine Ave)
What: Free food + beverages. Take a break from projects, papers, studying and deadlines and enjoy an evening of fun before finals week with other graduate students!
Open Forum with President Hogan
When: Nov 29th 11:15-12:15pm
Where: Room 302, SCE
What: All students are encouraged to attend and have their voices heard. Participants will have chances at door prizes and the first 75 students to RSVP will be treated to free lunch after the meeting. RSVP by Nov 22nd, to email@example.com.
Chicago Mayoral Forum
When: Tuesday, December 14th, 6.30-8pm (Check in begins at 5.30 pm)
Where: UIC Forum at 725 West Roosevelt Road
Who: Open to all
Find out where the candidates stand on issues most important in the neighborhoods of Chicago including:
• Access to Affordable Housing and foreclosure protections;
• Good, living wage, green jobs;
• Quality public schools with strong parent and community participation;
• Violence prevention, including youth summer jobs;
• Transparency in Chicago’s budget and financing; and
• Respect for the human rights of all Chicagoans, including the immigrants and the LGBTQ community.
This event is free. Reserve a seat at the forum with JCUA www.jcua.org/townhall by Dec 1st!