Julie talks with Joseph Khan, a high school student turned fashion designer, about his upcoming runway show.
Julie and Serina put the spotlight on this unique residence hall community.
ACLU encourages social change and empowerment through their events and programs available nationwide, including Champaign-Urbana.
Though lots of ink goes under wraps now that the seasons are changing, Lesley still finds some tattoos to talk about.
Feeding Our Kids, a local grassroots organization targeting food insecurity amongst youth in Champaign County, recently celebrated their 5-year anniversary.
In the second of two Sheriff candidate interviews, Julie speaks with Republican candidate Allen Jones.
In the first of two Sheriff candidate interviews, Julie speaks with Democratic candidate Dustin Heuerman.
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.
Julie speaks with Ramona Sullivan, a candidate for circuit judge.
Parkland College helps students of every age learn and develop their skills through a free tutoring program.
Lesley sets out to discover the meanings behind the ink in C-U.
Julie speaks to Ellen Leyerle and Jillian Nickell about the now familiar car magnets.
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.