Managing Editor Jeff D'Alessio's weekly feature spotlighting area religious leaders. This week: Campus houses of worship dealing with 'Unofficial St. Patrick's Day.'
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Former Illini greats from Butkus to Buford-Bailey to Brown part of first class
'Everyone's wheels got turning, and we got things happening,' said Brent Blackwell, a U.S. Army veteran who's also a UI student and a member of the group.
John Jay cited health reasons in announcing he could no longer serve on the same day that a replacement was sworn in for his district's other representative.
Residents can learn more about the process to create pure maple syrup at two upcoming events in the area.
It also opposes a proposed property-tax increase for the beleagured facility.
The Education and Recreation Center will replace the Gerber School and Circle Academy, both special-education programs located on the 32-acre campus off of North Cunningham Avenue.
Recruitment packs were given out to movers and shakers that were invited to a breakfast Thursday in an effort to get the word out.
'This is related to the CDC recognizing that the United States is really not prepared as well as it should be,' said Marilyn O'Hara Ruiz, a pathobiology professor at the College of Veterinary Medicine.
While the rest of us watched the Super Bowl at home or at a bar, Carey Davis went for a different venue: Afghanistan.
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Nominated for an Oscar in the best documentary feature category, the film succeeds for the most part in imparting civil-right author James Baldwin's sense of frustration and rage.