Nikki Budzinski and David Palmer highlighted their positions and qualifications in last night's primary debate.
Sidney talks with Boswell Hutson, Smile Politely alum and founder of Champaign Showers.
Jorge captured some images from the College of Engineering's biggest annual event.
Julie has a whopping six suggestions for experiences you should have in April.
Lauren talks with U of I Professor Don Wuebbles about how climate change is affecting Illinois.
The Veterinary Diagnostic Lab at U of I was the first to detect COVID in a zoo animal back in April 2020. Today, they've tested 50 species from zoos across the country.
Last week, a portrait of the late Albert R. Lee was dedicated at the University of Illinois. Julie spoke with commissioned artist Patrick Earl Hammie, and Lee biographer Vanessa Rouillon about Lee's life and legacy.
Nicole reflects on her experiences with the late Clarence Shelley, who was an influential leader and mentor to Black students at the University of Illinois.
Bearing the pandemic in mind, the Graduate Employees Organization at the University of Illinois is asking for better treatment, wages, and benefits as its contract lapses this year.
Director Dawn Longfellow discusses the history, impact, and future of the campus staple addressing overlooked food insecurity and feeding the Champaign-Urbana community.
University of Illinois senior Alexa Smith recounts her experience writing and publishing a book during the pandemic while being a full-time student.
Tom went to the YMCA charity Dump & Run, an unparalleled bazaar of objects each more fascinating and beautiful than the last. Here's the best stuff he saw, but didn't actually purchase while there.
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