Julie speaks to Ellen Leyerle and Jillian Nickell about the now familiar car magnets.
Leah explores some of the Halloween events happening around C-U this month.
The 14th installment of PYGMALION took place last week and into the weekend, check out some photos from the event within.
PYGMALION opens this week, here's what we're looking forward to.
With Lodgic Everyday Community's opening day getting closer, we had a sneak peek of the restaurant, workspace, and more.
Did you spy a rainbow downtown? Is that glitter in the air? That extra joy around you is C-U PrideFest, and Erin spoke with UP Center Board of Directors members about planning for the festivities.
August was relatively quiet on the weather front; not too warm, and not too stormy. Andrew recaps an August that was pretty close to average, and previews what could be a warm, and soggy September.
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.
Tom spends yet more time on the U of I campus in preparation for all the students returning.
Sara talks with Ainslie Heinlich, Odd Fellow and organizer of the Odd Market, coming up this Saturday.
As the U of I updates its vision for the future, some big changes are on the horizon.
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.
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