Nidhi explores how University Dining strives for sustainability in their food sourcing practices.
Dusten spoke with Josh Birnbaum, author/photographer of Dream Shot: The Journey to a Wheelchair Basketball National Championship.
Loud noises and cheerful screams coming from Noyes? It could only be the annual Holiday Magic Chemistry Demonstration Show! Scott snapped some photos of the action last week.
It was a wild year here at SP, and we recap the year with a rundown of the most visited articles we published in 2017.
Megan speaks with Beverly Smith, the Associate Director of Native American House, about the work they do for Indigenous students at the University of Illinois, and the importance of being educated about and sensitive to their experiences.
A now-empty plot of woodchips covers the once overgrown Campus Honors House Prairie on Oregon Street in Urbana. Nidhi reached out to discover what happened to this conservation effort, and sought solutions to keep the effort put into it alive.
Julie talks with Brian Dear, author of a new book about a revolutionary computer system created at the University of Illinois.
Tish looks at Kali Serrano's work in polymer chemistry and how it is changing surfaces.
Tish dives into the work of Julio Serrano, a scientist set to find a cure for Myotonic Dystrophy Type 1.
Ever wonder what the thousands of scientists on campus do? Tish is launching a new column to give you the inside scoop on scientific research in Urbana-Champaign.
Julie sits down with Mike Ross as he embarks on his 21st year as the director of Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.
Julie chats with Smile Politely writer and Ph.D student Anna about being a finalist in the National Geographic contest "Chasing Genius."
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.