'Zombie Genes'? UIC Researchers Find Some Brain Cells Increase Activity After DeathIt's not exactly a scene from The Walking Dead, but researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have found that, in the hours after death, some brain cells not only remain active, but actually increase activity.
One Year Later, UIC Students Document How The COVID-19 Pandemic Has Changed LivesStudents at a Chicago university have been documenting every day of the COVID-19 pandemic with images of how the coronavirus has affected our lives.
Jimmy Collins, First Coach To Lead UIC Flames To March Madness, DiesJimmy Collins, the first head coach to lead the University of Illinois at Chicago to the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament has died.
'Six Feet Apart' Exhibit Delves Into Emotional Toll Of Coronavirus Pandemic At UICWe know the hard data of the coronavirus pandemic – the rising number of cases and deaths. But an ongoing project at the University of Illinois at Chicago dives deeply into the emotional toll.
CTA Warns Of Massive, Across-The-Board Cuts If Federal Funding Doesn't Come ThroughThe Chicago Transit Authority on Tuesday was warning of massive, across-the-board cuts.
14 Points For Teyvion Kirk As UIC Flames Top ValparaisoTeyvion Kirk had 14 points and 14 assists off the bench to carry UIC to a win over Valparaiso on Tuesday night.
RayQuawndis Mitchell Has 23 Points As UIC Tops Central MichiganRayQuawndis Mitchell had a career-high 23 points as Illinois-Chicago narrowly defeated Central Michigan on Saturday night.
COVID In Chicago: UIC Researchers Say Sewage Testing Can Zero In On Where Virus Is Surging WorstThe subject of this story may not be dinner table talk, but it could be a game-changer in the fight against COVID-19. Chicago researchers are now testing sewage.
UIC Goes To All-Remote Learning; 'I Don't Think It Feels Like School At All'"If you don't take measures at the right time, if you're not ahead of the curve, then you pay the price."
Pedestrian Killed In Hit-And-Run On UIC Campus; Driver Arrested After Running Onto Dan RyanPolice said a 32-year-old man was driving north on the 1100 block of South Morgan Street around 10:25 a.m., when he hit two pedestrians, a 26-year-old man and a 27-year-old man.
If People Can't Wear Masks For Medical Reasons, What Can They Expect From Businesses?Businesses across the world are looking out for everyone’s safety by requiring masks – but what if the customer can’t wear a mask for medical reasons?
How Has The Pandemic Affected Violent Crime On The CTA? It's Hard To Say For SureA gruesome crime at a Chicago Transit Authority station got us wondering – what has happened to violence on public transportation during the coronavirus pandemic?
Food Insecurity Is An Issue For Many College Students, And UIC Pop-Up Pantry Has Stepped In To HelpThe report Hunger on Campus found up to half of U.S. college students report food insecurity. The University of Illinois at Chicago is tackling the problem head-on with a pop-up food pantry for students.
Medical Record Mistake: Error At UIC Pain Clinic Leaves Woman Wrongly Labeled As Cocaine UserWhen Bianca Anderson submitted her disability benefits for her annual review, she got a call from an agent about a change to her medical records regarding illicit drug use.
UIC Wraps Up Oral History Project On Former Chicago Mayor Richard M. DaleyUniversity of Illinois at Chicago officials have wrapped up a two-year oral history project chronicling the leadership of former Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley.