Lauren chats with Ruby Mendenhall, professor and associate dean investing in the lives Black women and children in C-U and throughout the country.
Amidst the traditional proms held by high schools throughout Champaign County, Queer Prom is unique event that provides a safe and fun experience for LGBTQ+ teens.
Julie chats with Jaya Kolisetty, executive director of RACES, as they recognize 50 years of helping survivors of sexual assault.
Julie learns a bit about NCSA's newest supercomputing system, awarded to them by the National Science Foundation.
Ausharra Knox, barber and entrepreneur, brings pride and cultural enrichment to Champaign-Urbana, and while he's at it, your beard, too.
Chemical ecologist Esther Ngumbi listens to plant-insect conversations to improve agriculture and more.
Sidney talks with Boswell Hutson, Smile Politely alum and founder of Champaign Showers.
Skateland Savoy has been in business for 40 years, and it remains a popular destination for families.
Rachel Joy is heading up a new department in the City of Champaign, part of the city's plan to address community gun violence and issues of systemic inequities.
Paul sits down with Steven Bentz of the Virginia Theatre to talk about the history of movie screenings in the historic space.
Jessica talks with University of Illinois Professor Emeritus Matthew C. Ehrlich about his new book, Dangerous Ideas on Campus: Sex, Conspiracy, and Academic Freedom in the Age of JFK.
Lauren talks with U of I Professor Don Wuebbles about how climate change is affecting Illinois.
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