Ashley discusses the University of Illinois European Union Center's upcoming event, “Immigrant and Minority Children in Public Schools: A European and American comparative discussion” and the importance of remaining an inclusive Champaign-Urbana.
With impressive gains in the weight room, Illinois basketball is hoping to turn out its strongest season in years.
Kat previews the Fluid Event Center's upcoming Dark History and Horror Convention.
The Tenth Annual Disability Resource Expo takes place on Saturday, October 15 at the Fluid Events Center.
The second round of announcements for The Pygmalion Festival are here — TECH, MADE, and FOOD, plus more within.
Next week’s Sonified Sustainability Festival will bring new sounds and new ideas to the issue of sustainability.
The Campus Faculty Association will host various speakers on March 11th highlighting the damages done by the state budget impasse on the lives of various members of Illinois public higher education.
This year’s Insect Fear Film Festival, an annual event sponsored by U of I’s Department of Entomology, features an insect petting zoo, exploding arthropods, and more.
It might feel like Antarctica out there as of late, but Ashley discusses the kick off a series of talks held at Spurlock about polar exploration.
Before his show this Saturday, we spoke with Brooks Wheelan about puppetry, getting arrested, and a little bit of comedy.
LadyFest — a weekend of events for women and girls — amps up this weekend. Its anchor show, That’s What She Said, gives women the chance to tell stories about their lives.
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