Julie speaks with Ramona Sullivan, a candidate for circuit judge.
Parkland College helps students of every age learn and develop their skills through a free tutoring program.
Lesley sets out to discover the meanings behind the ink in C-U.
Julie speaks to Ellen Leyerle and Jillian Nickell about the now familiar car magnets.
Gillian, a resident of C-U who also identifies as someone with a developmental disability, speaks with Jeff Putney, local engineer and volunteer with Makerspace Urbana. This is the second in her series of interviews of local people who are helping to build a better, more inclusive Champaign-Urbana.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Project 500, the University of Illinois' first focused effort at increasing the number of Black and Latino students on campus.
Roxana speaks with Dr. Clara Chu about The Mortenson Center's vision to create international peace through the annual Libraries for Peace event.
Julie talks with Japan House director Jennifer Gunji-Ballsrud about her family, the history of Japan House, and her plans for its future as they prepare to celebrate an important anniversary.
Julie chats with Traci Lipps, owner of Willow Creek Farm in Urbana.
Tish interviews Ajay Shekar, a Master's student in Computer Science, about his work on integrating artificial intelligence with healthcare.
Julie sits down with the staff of Phoenix Botanical.
Gillian, a resident of C-U who also identifies as someone with a developmental disability, speaks with Adani Sanchez. This is the first in her series of interviews of local people who are helping to build a better, more inclusive Champaign-Urbana.
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.