MakerGirl has been growing quickly in the last five years, and its friends and supporters are throwing a fundraiser this Thursday to keep it that way. Erin spoke with co-founder Elizabeth Engele about the organization's missions, growth, and upcoming events.
Roxana chats with Sarah Colomé, Director of the Women's Resource Center, about their 10th anniversary.
Take a dive into the history of two of Urbana's libraries.
Ingredients: One solar decathlon house, one innovative project for the School of Social Work, and two actors from the Station Theatre. Put them together and see what happens.
University of Illinois students participated in the Global Climate Strike Week this past September to voice their concern over the implications of a changing climate.
Julie talks with Ben Thomas, Midwest General Manager of VeoRide, about the past year of bike sharing in Champaign-Urbana.
Get in that Halloween spirit and follow your gaming nose to Champaign-Urbana's historical cemeteries.
Julie speaks with Michael Metz, author of the book Radicals in the Heartland: The 1960s Student Protest Movement at the University of Illinois.
Julie chats with Director of Research Park Laura Frerichs about PYGHACK, happening this weekend at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.
Roxana speaks with Antoinette Burton and Alaina Pincus of The Odyssey Project, a free adult education program at the University of Illinois.
Cope offers a glimpse of In Her Closet: How to Make a Drag Queen, an exhibit opening at Spurlock Museum this Sunday.
Check out this photo recap of Sunday's Matsuri Festival.
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