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.
Laura Hahn and Angela Wolters, colleagues within the College of Engineering at UIUC, wrote a sequel to a 50-year-old book which highlights the extraordinary stories of women engineers from the state, throughout the decades.
Dockless bike share has arrived in C-U. Joe takes one for a spin and shares his thoughts.
No, we are not Brooklyn, but "studentification" may be an issue we must address in the future.
Tish interviews Ajay Shekar, a Master's student in Computer Science, about his work on integrating artificial intelligence with healthcare.
As the U of I updates its vision for the future, some big changes are on the horizon.
This month, Tom channels his inner 5-year-old and gets very excited about construction equipment.
Tish shares the story of Lana Stekovic, a mechanical engineering student from Bosnia.
Reneeta reflects on her experience attending the 2018 Black Congratulatory Ceremony.
Serina checks out how things stacked up at Dump and Run this past week.
The Illini hosted the first and second rounds of the NCAA tournament, and Scott captured some of the finals action from Sunday.
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