Gavin shares how an W.O.R.D., a UIUC Registered Student Organization, is helping its members find community and a place for self-expression.
No longer a neighborhood of small homes and tree-lined streets, Campustown is quickly shedding the vestiges of its past.
Angie Thomas, author of The Hate U Give, spoke at the Illini Union last night as a part of One Book One Campus.
The NEA Big Read is coming to C-U, and it's a chance to learn more about culture and identity in our community and beyond.
Julie and Serina put the spotlight on this unique residence hall community.
Deadspin founder and UIUC graduate Will Leitch is back to kick off the upcoming season of Illini men's basketball with a thorough power ranking of this year's roster.
The results of the races in the 2018 midterm elections on Tuesday could very well depend on the turnout of young voters.
Erin spoke with Women’s Wheelchair Basketball head coach, Paralympic gold medalist, and former Team USA coach Stephanie Wheeler about her experience as an Illini camper, player, and coach.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Project 500, the University of Illinois' first focused effort at increasing the number of Black and Latino students on campus.
Roxana speaks with Dr. Clara Chu about The Mortenson Center's vision to create international peace through the annual Libraries for Peace event.
Laura Hahn and Angela Wolters, colleagues within the College of Engineering at UIUC, wrote a sequel to a 50-year-old book which highlights the extraordinary stories of women engineers from the state, throughout the decades.
Dockless bike share has arrived in C-U. Joe takes one for a spin and shares his thoughts.
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