The tone is being set for November, and it's not a warm one. Andrew recaps an October that again featured stubborn weather patterns and previews a month of November that may turn the winter vibes up to 11.
Andrew takes a look at a September that brought warmth and heavy rain in doses, and gives an early call for the first full month of fall.
Laura Hahn and Angela Wolters, colleagues within the College of Engineering at UIUC, wrote a sequel to a 50-year-old book which highlights the extraordinary stories of women engineers from the state, throughout the decades.
August was relatively quiet on the weather front; not too warm, and not too stormy. Andrew recaps an August that was pretty close to average, and previews what could be a warm, and soggy September.
Tish interviews Ajay Shekar, a Master's student in Computer Science, about his work on integrating artificial intelligence with healthcare.
July had all the makings of another hot and stormy month, but the script was flipped mid-month and we were treated to an autumn preview instead.
Tish shares the story of Lana Stekovic, a mechanical engineering student from Bosnia.
With the summer temperatures of late, we may have forgotten how miserable we were in April. Andrew gives us a recap of the first full month of spring, that was really still winter.
Tish talks with Sulagna Chakraborty, a graduate student in Community Health, about her research on Kyasanur Forest Disease.
Watch a movie and learn about the science behind it with an expert at The Art Theater's Science on Screen Series.
Fifth graders from around the region descend on Engineering Open House to showcase their inventions in a Rube Goldberg contest.
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.