From February 15-17 you can visit CCB during their 15th Annual Book Sale and peruse books for toddlers, early readers, young adults, and all ages in between.
Whether you are celebrating Valentine's Day or not — there are plenty of options this weekend.
In this week's Sketch Politely, Edwin takes on alleged menorah vandal and Illini softball player Ruby Fernandez-Rivera, who will appear in court this month on a preliminary charge of criminal damage to property.
Tyler spends the day photographing local female hip-hop duo Mother Nature as they film a music video for their hit song "Afro" and catches up with them a week later to reflect on the experience.
Julia talks with Shaun Fleming of Diane Coffee about how setting is important for the creative process ahead of their Friday show at The Accord.
Tom cruelly pits two buildings against each other in a fight to the death in this very special edition of B/F/L.
U of I's student-driven Electrical and Computer Engineering conference seeks to help students understand the industry into which they’re graduating.
Stephanie takes a look at the art of creating a guitar with the luthier of the Guitar Workshop in Urbana, Hector Trevino.
Madison Maxey came to Allen Hall to introduce wearable technology to students and those that attended went home with some of their own creations.