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Nov 2 - Nov 21 WEALTH

Why do the rich get richer while hardworking citizens never seem to get ahead? Aristophanes’ irreverent comedy tackles the perennial problem of economic inequality. Wealth combines classical characters with contemporary situations to bring our farcical economic reality center-stage.
Contact: Angie Sweigart-Gallagher at or log on to to reserve your seat

Nov 12, 13, 14,
19, 20
7:30 pm
Nov 21
2pm & 7:30pm
Stage Center Theatre, F Building
Nov 1 - Dec 2 WALK, DON’T RIDE: A CELEBRATION OF THE FIGHT FOR EQUALITY WALK, DON’T RIDE! traces the history of the civil rights movement, remembering Dr. King’s words: “God never intended for one group of people to live in superfluous,
inordinate wealth, while others live in abject, deadening poverty.” This production is produced as part of the Children’s Theatre Workshop course. Limited seating -  Please contact: Ann Hartdegen at for tickets SEE FLYER
MWF at 10:30am

Stage Center Theatre, F Building

November 10 “Second Tuesdays” Brown Bag Series John Al-Bazi: “Validation of Analytical Methods in Pharmaceutical Drug Development” & Shannon Saszik: “Assessing Retinal Function in Humans and Fish”) SU 214
November 12 Political Science Career Day Political Science Career Day. See the schedule for details!


Other News & Announcements:

  • NEIU presenting article "Ask me anything: February edition- The Mash"
    Through this article "Ask me anything" presented by NEIU, college faculty answers college related questions every month. Dr. Timothy Scherman, Associate Professor of English at Northeastern Illinois University answers college related questions for this February month.
  • Department of Sociology Announces: Major Alicia Rosendo Creates very first Feminist Blog
    Primary purpose of this blog is to raise awareness of feminist issues that are not often heard of and to see the other side of what the media tells us. The Feminist Post was created to offer a space where everyone has the opportunity to learn about feminist issues as well as express their knowledge and opinions.
    We wish everyone at NEIU to check out this blog and participate! 
  • Department of Sociology Announces: Opportunity to join Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) International Sociology Honor Society 
    ​In recognition of students outstanding work in sociology at NEIU, students may be eligible to join the Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) International Sociology Honor Society. Sociology department has an active AKD chapter whose membership reflects excellence in sociology. Eligibility criteria for membership:
       1. are undergraduate sociology majors or minors at NEIU,
       2. are at least a junior in class standing,
       3. have a minimum, cumulative GPA of 3.3,
       4. have successfully completed at least four (4) courses in sociology at NEIU, and
       5. have a minimum, sociology GPA of 3.0.
    Please contact the NEIU AKD Chapter Representative, Prof. Brett Stockdill, by email at if you meet the above criteria and are interested in applying for membership. Applications for the spring 2015 term are due by February 13, 2015.  For more information about AKD, go to:


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