The small Illinois community is best known for two things: the fact that it has endured five tornadoes over the last century — and its thriving business community.
This friendly Quad Day reminder to the UI Class of 2023: No matter how homesick you might feel — or how awkward these first few days with that quirky new roomie may be — everyone goes through it.
Plans to renovate the iconic 122-year-old building, which have been kicking around for at least 13 years, are now moving forward thanks to a major funding infusion from the state, though construction is still a couple of years away.
After a UI office manager learned the story of the building's long-removed stained-glass dome, she embarked on a decade-long mission to create a replica of it in hopes the campus will install a real version in an upcoming renovation of the building.
Everyone is invited for a first look at “Art Since 1948” on Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m.
Among the projects the Army Corps of Engineers' Construction Engineering Research Laboratory has worked on: fuel cells, water-reuse technology, electrical studies for the Asian carp barrier on the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal and pollution prevention.
Today is Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Here are local news reports from 100, 50 and 15 years ago:
UI junior Sarah Sigmon has a streak going — a selfie every day with a special campus luminary.
Took place near North Walnut Street and East Bradley Avenue
'Well, I'm a proud Jew, and here's what I know,' said Diane Ore of Champaign, chairwoman of Bend the Arc CU. 'Claiming Jews are disloyal — that we are not full Americans — is a centuries-old anti-Semitic trope designed to isolate and endanger Jewish people.'
Now that she's back in Champaign County, Mica Allison shares her journey from St. Thomas More standout to Auburn freshman to now an Illini, in her own words, with beat writer Scott Richey
Let’s all celebrate that silly season is over, and see if the Illini can match their new fac…
Dalton Hall, Santiago Rodriguez and Pryce Punkay among placekicking options for Champaign Ce…
Bust out the helmets. Get the tailgates ready. College football is back.
When will Cowboy Monkey and the Savoy KFC be back in business?
Last month, U.S. Rep. Duncan D. Hunter, R-Calif., was sent a cease-and-desist letter from th…
'It's the busiest time of the year for us, for sure,' said Christine Maresh Nelson, manager …
High school senior Annabelle is running from Seattle to Washington, D.C. — 2,700 miles — in Deb Caletti’s “A Heart in a Body in the World” (Simon Pulse 2018). She’s running away from excruciating mental pain and toward having to face her recent trauma.
“The Disappearance of Alistair Ainsworth” by Leonard Goldberg is the newest book in the Daug…
Near dark river banks,
Champaign Public Library
My husband, Rob, recently concocted an excellent but simple dinner. He made a decadent peanut sauce and served it over grilled ribs.
Wow! Was that a rainstorm or what?! Rain with lots of wind. Our neighborhood had quite a bit of wind damage.
I slo-mo ran across the baggage claim area with my arms thrown wide yelling, “Mooooommmm! Daaaaaaadddd!” Dad dropped his carry-on bag. “Kriiii…
As a self-described “old country boy” and student of African-American folk culture, Malcolm X regularly discussed the plight of black people t…
The workplace culture in the Illinois House of Representatives, just like everywhere, is established from the very top down.
What happened to the $500,000 in the campaign account of former state Rep. Frank Mautino?