Welcome to Huskie Commons
Huskie Commons is Northern Illinois University's digital repository, a secure virtual space in which we collect, preserve, and provide access to the scholarly and artistic works created by the NIU community. From peer-reviewed articles authored by faculty to honors capstone projects created by students to electronic theses and dissertations, Huskie Commons showcases the intellectual output of NIU's faculty, staff, students, and organizations.
When you deposit your materials into Huskie Commons, you receive an enduring link to your materials and the Library assumes the responsibility of preserving them into the future.
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(Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1997-05)This note examines the historical justifications of asset forfeiture as well as the justifications behind its more recent uses. The note begins by analyzing the rationale of precedents that have upheld asset forfeiture ...
(Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1997-05)The age of race-conscious remedial programs is coming to its demise. This Comment analyzes the application of the Fourteenth Amendment to school desegregation decrees and affirmative action programs in higher education. ...
(Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1997-05)This article examines the First Amendment issues associated with Internet regulation, specifically the Communications Decency Act of 1996 and discusses the district court opinion in ACLU v. Reno. The author considers ...
Wide Awake or Half-Asleep? Revelations from Jurisprudential Tailings Found in Rosenberger v. University of Virginia (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1997-05)The Rosenberger Court contracted the boundaries of the no funding principle of the Establishment Clause. In so doing, the Court, speaking through Justice Kennedy, ran roughshod over several important tools used in free ...
(Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1997-05)Mr. Robert M. O'Neil, Moderator. Participants: Mr. George Shur, Rep. David Wirsing, Prof. Thomas Peters, Prof. Lois Self, Ms. Jaime Jordan, Prof. A. Samuel Oddi, Prof. James Thomas