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.
Andrew ponders what happens when a Central Illinois brand goes under, and what that means for Champaign-Urbana.
Nicole visits with MiniVisits, an organization that raises and trains miniature horses for therapy.
Julie talks with Cunningham Township Supervisor Danielle Chynoweth about her work with the most vulnerable in our community.
Anisa talks with the women of The Beauty Bar hair salon.
Julie takes a behind the scenes look into the world of flowers with the owner of Fleurish.
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 crisp air and sunshine made for a great day of running through Champaign-Urbana on Saturday for the Illinois Marathon.
Tom hangs out on the Main Quad this month, but still finds a building, a feeling, and a latrine to prattle on about.
Tish talks with Sulagna Chakraborty, a graduate student in Community Health, about her research on Kyasanur Forest Disease.
Serina visited the Spurlock Museum on Sunday and learned a bit about Native culture through the tradition of dance.
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