Dianna speaks with members of the Interfaith Alliance about their work in the community, thoughts on faith, and their upcoming Interfaith Picnic.
Nicole profiles Lola Pittenger, creator of Glow by Lola.
Tish shares the story of Lana Stekovic, a mechanical engineering student from Bosnia.
Julie checks in with Lori Gold Patterson after her announcement that she'll be stepping down as C.E.O. of Pixo.
Sara sat down with Rae Spooner to talk about the 2nd annual Ride for Ray benefiting ALS and MDA.
Professor Ann Blackman and her husband, Coach Randy Blackman, will launch their scholarship fund this weekend, after 33 years in the district, and a soccer field named in his honor.
Julie talks with Cunningham Township Supervisor Danielle Chynoweth about her work with the most vulnerable in our community.
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 local community came out in support of sexual assault survivors in last night's Take Back the Night event.
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.
Sean Neumann slugs it out as a freelance and touring with Ratboys and Single Player, and I spoke with him about his recent work with Rolling Stone, Vice, and more.
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