We hope you're taking in some of the great films at Ebertfest, but we've got some other solid options for your weekend as well.
Tish talks with Sulagna Chakraborty, a graduate student in Community Health, about her research on Kyasanur Forest Disease.
Serina visited the Spurlock Museum on Sunday and learned a bit about Native culture through the tradition of dance.
Roxana talks to Jordan DeLuce, a Centennial High School junior who is helping to plan the annual event.
Spring has finally arrived in C-U, so get out in the community and enjoy it. Here are our suggestions.
The University's Asha for Education organization will host a day filled with live music, authentic Indian food, and a festival of colors to celebrate the coming of spring through Holi.
Sheena took in the 25th anniversary celebration of the Orpheum Children’s Science Museum on Friday night and heard their vision for the future.
It's the first full weekend of April and still winter, but there are some great opportunities for both indoor and outdoor fun in C-U.
The Champaign-Urbana community is coming together for the thirteenth year in a row in order to spend a day giving back to the environment and cleaning up the area.
Andrew recaps our month of "bonus winter", and offers us a not too thrilling prediction for the month of April.
Nicole examines the 2018 UIUC Black and Latino Male Summit to reflect on the 50th Anniversary of MLK's death and the value of intergenerational dialogue.
Anna was one of the lucky 1000 to see Hasan Minhaj last night, who came to campus as part of the Illini Union Board Spring Speaker Series.
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