Serina checks out how things stacked up at Dump and Run this past week.
The Illini hosted the first and second rounds of the NCAA tournament, and Scott captured some of the finals action from Sunday.
Julie talks with Dr. Gioconda Guerra Perez, the director of La Casa Cultural Latina, about her background in education and how La Casa is making an impact on the campus community.
The crisp air and sunshine made for a great day of running through Champaign-Urbana on Saturday for the Illinois Marathon.
Nidhi explores the history of the registered student organization Students for Environmental Concerns at the University of Illinois.
The Ancient Cahokia Future Visions Conference begins Friday, and Nicole speaks with Marisa Cummings (Miakonda) to discuss the legacy and future of Native American communities in Illinois.
The University's Asha for Education organization will host a day filled with live music, authentic Indian food, and a festival of colors to celebrate the coming of spring through Holi.
The Champaign-Urbana community is coming together for the thirteenth year in a row in order to spend a day giving back to the environment and cleaning up the area.
Nicole examines the 2018 UIUC Black and Latino Male Summit to reflect on the 50th Anniversary of MLK's death and the value of intergenerational dialogue.
Julie talks with Gene Cossey, Executive Director of Willard Airport, about it's recent growth and possibilities for the future.
Fifth graders from around the region descend on Engineering Open House to showcase their inventions in a Rube Goldberg contest.
Gabe has the scoop on this weekend's Engineering Open House.
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