Illini Everywhere: Ecuadorian Illini, Since 1944

Since at least 1944, Ecuadorian students have been attending the University of Illinois. Early Ecuadorian Illini have included agriculturalists, chemical engineers, civil engineers, educators, and industrial designers too.

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Illini Everywhere: Singaporean Illini, Since 1951

Since at least 1951, Singaporean students have been attending the University of Illinois. Early Singaporean Illini have included accountants, architects, architectural engineers, civil engineers, labor and industrial relations scholars, and mathematicians too.

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Illini Everywhere: Egyptian Illini, Since 1910

Since at least 1910, Egyptian students have been attending the University of Illinois. Early Egyptian Illini have included agriculturalists, athletes, business administrators, chemical engineers, civil engineers, doctors, electrical engineers, linguists, politicians, and student leaders too.

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Illini Everywhere: Colombian Illini, Since 1918

Since at least 1918, Colombian students have been attending the University of Illinois. They have included accountants, aeronautical engineers, agriculturalists, agricultural engineers, architects, chemical engineers, civil engineers, dancers, dentists, economists, educators, electrical engineers, industrial administrators, industrial engineers, mechanical engineers, musicians, personnel managers, singers, and statisticians too.

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This Just In: Alpha Epsilon Phi Records, 1947-2017

Alpha Epsilon Phi Mu Chapter Members, 1947

The Student Life and Culture Archives recently acquired the records of the Alpha Epsilon Phi Mu Chapter. These records, dating back to 1947, illustrate sorority and Jewish student life on campus through photographs, correspondence, and a complete set of meeting minutes 1958-1980. Also included are 15 scrapbooks from 1974 to 2017.

Alpha Epsilon Phi was founded in 1909 by seven Jewish women at Barnard College. The organization has initiated over 80,000 members nationwide. While it is an historically Jewish organization, AEPhi welcomes members of all faiths and backgrounds. [1] The sorority grew rapidly after its 1909 establishment and by 1929, 23 chapters were active in the United States. [2] Read More »

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