Jess suggests some things for you to enhance your life this month.
Love and acceptance were on display at the 10th annual CU Pride Fest.
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.
Erin spoke with Wendy Bartlo of Age-Friendly C-U to learn more about efforts to make C-U a more inclusive community for seniors.
Julie talks with David Leake, the Staerkel Planetarium Director and Parkland astronomy professor, about his retirement.
Julie learns more about Illini Service Dogs from dog-in-training Poppy and her handler Megan.
Max, a recent arrival to Urbana-Champaign, uses a point system to evaluate ways to meet new friends.
Kwamé captured the fun at the 36th Annual Insect Fear Film Festival.
A then & now comparison of the buildings you've grown up around in the C-U community.
Thankfully the skies cleared and the ground dried just enough for this year's Matsuri Festival at Japan House to go on as planned, and the community showed up in droves.
Fomer President Barack Obama appeared on campus today, and we were there to capture it.
Julie talks with Japan House director Jennifer Gunji-Ballsrud about her family, the history of Japan House, and her plans for its future as they prepare to celebrate an important anniversary.
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