Sal recaps a day of watching the NCAA women's tennis championships.
WILL, Champaign-Urbana's broadcasting cornerstone, commemorates 100 years of enriching content and commits to producing 100 more.
Lauren chats with Ruby Mendenhall, professor and associate dean investing in the lives Black women and children in C-U and throughout the country.
The Undergraduate Library is closed for good, in preparation for an extreme makeover. Here is one more glimpse of the space, before it's transformed.
Chemical ecologist Esther Ngumbi listens to plant-insect conversations to improve agriculture and more.
Jessica talks with University of Illinois Professor Emeritus Matthew C. Ehrlich about his new book, Dangerous Ideas on Campus: Sex, Conspiracy, and Academic Freedom in the Age of JFK.
A med student and MBA student are developing a bionic knee, inspired by their personal experiences with cerebral palsy.
Two U of I students went all in at the 9/11 memorial stair climb, donning full firefighting gear to remember the first responders who sacrificed their lives during the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.
While solar car racing isn't as well known as football on the University of Illinois campus, this student organization offers a chance for engineering students to make friends with and compete against students from other prestigious universities.
Collaborating with U of I to host a safe, socially-distanced event, URBANITE re-enters the landscape of live events. The environment has changed yet their mission is still to build community and share dance, music, and culture.
Belegarth is a lesser-known piece of Champaign-Urbana's cultural tapestry.
Tom thinks you should take your Valentine's Day date to Research Park, and he has some compelling reasons.
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.