Helping the environment starts at the local level. Anna found a wide array of resources and guides for action at the weekly Urbana Market.
The first weekend of June truly signifies the cannot-miss outdoor activites in a lot of ways in C-U.
This month, Tom seeks out even more local murals and gives his authoritative thoughts about them.
The Sustainable Student Farms provides environmentally sustainable produce to the community and U of I Dining Services year round. Ashley finds out how.
Julie chats with recently elected Parkland board trustee Rochelle Harden about the controversy surrounding her position.
Emma Mercier, an assistant professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, is challenging children to think and learn about how their food choice impact the environment with her newly released app, Food for Thought.
The Protagonist Pizza crew is back with another edition of their friendly VS. series.
Live music, food, political activities and more — check out our recommendations this weekend in C-U.
Delight Flower Farm in north Urbana has had an exciting development in the past week that will make a huge difference in their growing capabilities.
Champaign-Urbana has one of the most diverse, intelligent, and interesting communites in the state. We brag about it here in the Culture section every day.
- 35 East
- Bleeding Cardinal Red
- C-U Green
- C-U In Style
- C-U Pregnant
- C-U Running
- Centrally Located
- Cycling on the Cheap
- EJ Radio
- Football Variety Show
- From the HR Desk
- Getting Things Done
- Grad School Musical
- I've Got A Bike, You Can Ride It If You Like
- If You're Bored, Then You're Boring
- Milestone Announcement Forms for Same Sex Couples
- Poetry In The Motion
- Prophylaxing Politely
- Queer Notions
- Science Politely
- See You, Speak Up
- The Bell, Book, and Candle
- The Call To The Post
- The Carrot & The Stickle
- The Least You Can Do
- The Polite Power Rankings
- The Rainbow Connection
- The Yoga Experiment
- These are the Buildings in Your Neighborhood
- This Conference Goes to Eleven!
- Top of the Blogs
- Traveling at Home
- Unsportsmanlike Conduct
- We Need to Talk
- What Have We Here?
- What Went Down?
- Where Community Organizers Gather
- Your Guinea Pig