In a Thursday message, Chancellor Robert Jones urges the UI campus to challenge hateful rhetoric with “speech that builds connections and shared understanding.”
Former Illini greats from Butkus to Buford-Bailey to Brown part of first class
Ahead of today's Computer Science Showcase at the school, staff writer Nicole Lafond stopped by to ask the students involved: What are you most excited to share this evening?
This week: Hang onto your tap shoes, fave lovers. I feel an old-fashioned song and dance coming on ...
Tip Reedy, Monticello's principal for the past 12 years, is leaving to become superintendent of Williamsville schools. The news comes on the same day that Monticello announced the hiring of a new athletic director/assistant principal — Dan Sheehan, who holds the same jobs at Argenta-Oreana.
But the report identified numerous employee concerns and included 12 recommendations to address them.
A fog-related multi-car accident left one person dead and several others injured near the first Danville exit.
The man was hit as he crossed University Avenue near Carle Hospital late Wednesday morning. The driver was ticketed.
Champaign parking-enforcement officer Scott Goslin has turned a thankless job into a rewarding career.
Over the objection of the prosecutor, the judge agreed to recommend Jeremy Larson for the Department of Corrections' boot camp program.
Mark Burns has so many Israeli stamps on his passport, officials there often ask him if he's a citizen when he arrives.
Board member Donna Giertz, who is leaving the board this spring after 12 years, placed much of the blame for the increase on shrinking state funding.
The company said the process of moving its 12,000 employees from its old digs in Cupertino, Calif., to the new Apple Park nearby will begin in April and will take more than six months.
The idea behind "Viva Verdi!": Provide an entry point to Italian opera for everyone, from the first-year biology student who knows nothing about it to the seasoned vet who knows Verdi and his works.