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OCTOBER 2015 NEWSLETTER Giving to LAS

ILLINI LIFE

 
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ORANGE AND BLUE—Campus is always pretty, but you'd be hard pressed to find it looking more striking than October. This year is no exception, as shown by this photo taken this week near Mumford Hall. If only there was a major event occurring that would give you and excuse to visit… wait, there is! See details about the LAS Homecoming Celebration on Saturday, Oct. 24 in the newsletter below. 

 
 
 
 

NEWS

 
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Ancient Chinese Poetry Lives On

Illinois Professor Says Two New Chinese Journals offer a New Approach to Understanding China

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John Wilkin, Allen Renear and Ronald Bailey 
 

 

Bridging the Digital Divide

Illinois Receives a $1 million Mellon Grant to Develop Digital Publishing in the Humanities
 
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Leslie Looney 
 

 

 

The Big Splash on Mars

Water on the Red Planet Makes all the Difference in the World, Astronomer Says

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Recognition for Scholars 

Professors Recognized for Contributions to their Field.

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illustration of British at war 
 

 

 

Rethinking the British Empire

Historian Says the British Empire was a lot more Violent and Unstable than Many Believe.

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Homecoming 2015 graphic 
 

 

 

LAS Homecoming Celebration 2015

Come back to the University of Illinois this fall and celebrate Homecoming with the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Register by October 16, 2015.

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