There are sure to be some opportunities to participate in some St. Patty's Day revelry and/or March Madness. If that's not your thing, here are some other options.
Jon Ebel is the only candidate local to C-U in the Democratic primaries for Congress this upcoming election week. Read more to learn about Ebel's unique life as a professor, ballet dancer, veteran, and politician.
Nicole speaks with Dr. Candice Jenkins, Associate Professor of English & African American Studies at UIUC, about the Black Panther juggernaut, African American literary trends, and this very fertile moment in African American storytelling via literature, cinema, and television.
Fifth graders from around the region descend on Engineering Open House to showcase their inventions in a Rube Goldberg contest.
Have you voted yet? If not, then read this and get yourself to the polls.
There's something for everyone in this installment of the Weekender.
Gabe has the scoop on this weekend's Engineering Open House.
Common Ground Food Co-op and the Education Justice Project have partnered for a community art project.
Sistering CU offers support for parents as they adjust to life with a new baby.
As we look back at 10 years of publishing at Smile Politely, we talk with one of the founders of this here magazine, Chris Maier.
As expected, February finished much warmer than average - but a late pattern change flooded Champaign-Urbana with nearly three times our expected monthly precipitation. Let's take a look at a wild end to the official Winter 2017-18 season in the Twin Cities!
This weekend we offer you plenty of options for avoiding Unofficial and its aftermath.
Champaign-Urbana has one of the most diverse, intelligent, and interesting communities in the state. Our Culture section highlights those people, places, and events that make us proud to live here.