Three time Paralympic medalist Nichole Millage reflects on the end of her sitting volleyball career, and looks ahead to the games in Tokyo.
Champaign teen Loréal Allen shares how positive summer programming leads to community building, academic success, and fun.
Champaign-Urbana's premier maker space is celebrating 10 years of bringing people together to imagine and create.
MTD bus operator Sarorn Chan makes an impact on the lives of her passengers every day.
Inspired by her own experiences in the NICU, Paige Raab is on a mission to bring NICU families out of isolation and into a nest of community support.
Rithika chats with Dr. Rex Hess of Epivara Incorporation at the U of I about the company's revolutionary new technology and the recent $250,000 grant they've received from the National Science Foundation.
Joan Dixon is retiring after nearly 20 years as President and CEO of Community Foundation of East Central Illinois, and Angie Hatfield Marker is taking the organization into the future.
“I have this ridiculous amount of faith in how amazing and how strong and how resilient our girls can be.”
Rithika talks to Carle medical student Aaron Brown and Charles Burton of Don Moyer Boys & Girls Club to learn more their efforts to provide and promote free vaccinations and health information to all communities.
Professor Cara Finnegan's new book Photographic Presidents, defines "the Chief Executive via flash powder and selfie sticks."
Rithika spoke Valerie Koress, the Community Nutrition Program Coordinator at CUPHD, about some of the overlooked but invaluable resources provided by her division.
Personal names offer a glimpse into each person's history, cultures, and communities.
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.