Sara talks with Kristina Reese and Maria Ludeke from Hatha Yoga and Fitness: A community of people from all fitness levels and disciplines working to balance their outer as well as their inner strengths.
Julie talks with Melanie Sheckels, an area hospice nurse who is now lending her expertise to families as an end of life doula.
President of TIME Scholars at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, Chris Miner, speaks about his personal experiences regarding accessing higher education after felony convictions and advocates for banning the box on college applications.
Julie speaks with Dandelion's founder and former owner Sara Hudson, as well as new owner Charlotte Westcott.
CUltivate is more than just products, it’s a passion project connecting women owned businesses.
Nicole previews "The Pedestal Experience," a new brunch series for Black women designed to cover topics central to Black women’s lived experiences.
Karen Simms works towards a trauma-informed community through the CU Trauma and Resiliency Initiative.
Nicole interviews Father Michael Pfleger, Keynote Speaker of the Annual Countywide Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.
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.
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