Book sales at the Independent Media Center in Urbana will be hosted this Saturday and Sunday, with the proceeds going toward UC Books for Prisoners, a local organization that makes a statewide impact.
Julie offers both tame and spine-tingling suggestions for your October.
Rae Spooner is sharing the story of her husband Ray's last days for a Compassion & Choices seminar next month.
Jess chats with University of Illinois associate professor Dr. Nikki Usher about her new book, News for the Rich, White, and Blue: How Place and Power Distort American Journalism, and the state of news media in C-U.
With the onset of the pandemic and wide-spread uncertainty last year, Pride 2020 was a subdued online event. This year, with the theme of “What the Health,” C-U Pride plans to be louder than ever.
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.
Kim Bryan turned personal pain into community action through her organization Rattle the Stars.
Julie offer festival-goers a few suggestions for September.
Tom went to the YMCA charity Dump & Run, an unparalleled bazaar of objects each more fascinating and beautiful than the last. Here's the best stuff he saw, but didn't actually purchase while there.
PYGMALION is back in person for their 17th year.
Julie has some suggestions for rounding out your summer in C-U.
After months of virtual open mic nights, CU Broad Comedy is live and in person with their inclusive brand of comedy.
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