In installment #3 of this series, Nicole speaks with Rabbi Alan Cook about Jewish perspectives on our national climate, deploying faith to keep all communities safe, and how to help youth resist hate in American life.
Check out this photo recap of Sunday's Matsuri Festival.
The Siebel Center for Design reached an important construction milestone as the final steel beam is fixed to its structure.
There are two major C-U festivals happening this weekend, as well as lots of other opportunities for weekend fun. Find details within.
August was a very average month across Champaign-Urbana, even if it did come up a little bit dry. Looking ahead to September, we may not be done with summer temperatures just yet. An active pattern awaits...
Julie offers her recommendations for cultural experiences this month.
Julie tours the Richmond Family Welcome Center and gets a dose of University of Illinois nostalgia.
It's the last official weekend of summer, and a long one. Here are some suggestions for making it great.
In the second installment of the "When Faith Speaks," Nicole interviews Reverend Dr. James Fielder about the joys and challenges of an African American pastor leading a predominantly white rural congregation.
It's that time again, when students come back to campus looking for traditional photo ops and Poke-gyms, and in Campustown, they're one and the same.
Food, art, music, community togetherness...this weekend has it all.
For this back-to-school installment of What's In Your Bag, Julie talks with Parkland instructor and counselor Joe Omo-osagie, and veers a bit outside the format.
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.