As expected — this installment of the Weekender is very Halloween-friendly, readers.
There's a ton to do on campus in November. Here are a dozen academic events to keep you busy this month.
Mathew speaks with author Jaleigh Johnson about various fantastical things.
Summer seems to have come and gone with a blink of an eye, but we can be thankful for the continuation of fresh local produce growing in abundance at the Sustainable Student Farm in Champaign-Urbana.
So far, Champaign County Clerk Gordy Hulten has been reticent about allowing grace period voter registration to take place on campus.
Sam went to drink Pumpking beer out of a huge pumpkin-turned cask at Crane Alley's annual Pumpking party. Check out the spooky photos.
Sean flies solo this week on SP Radio with Holly & Emmett from Red Herring Restaurant.
Sam went and listened to some talented writers perform their art on the stage at Exile on Main. He took photos and recorded some of the readings for you.
Mathew chats with Gary Ambler, director of the Station's next provocative play.