If a property transaction can be politically ironic, there was one in Urbana this year that sets the standard.
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In April, the University of Illinois Foundation sold a home at 602 E. Harding Drive to Teresa Barnes and James Kilgore for $119,500.
URBANA — Plans to operate a new University of Illinois medical school under a public-private partnership model have been set aside, and a new governance structure for the engineering-focused college is now being considered.
CHAMPAIGN — The price tag for the massive renovation of State Farm Center is about to get even bigger.
The $165 million budget could bump up to almost $170 million pending approval from the UI Board of Trustees.
The board meets Thursday in Chicago to consider the request for a budget increase and several other proposals, including a raise for basketball coach John Groce.
CHICAGO — Former business dean and presidential adviser Avijit Ghosh has been named CEO of the University of Illinois Hospital.
CHAMPAIGN — An incoming University of Illinois professor has drawn the ire of a conservative website after posting angry commentary on Twitter about Israel's ground invasion of the Gaza Strip in recent days.
It's so cliche to call Allerton Park a jewel, but cliches get that way for a reason.
Ask folks around here for their favorite public places and Allerton is always on the short list. It gets 100,000 visitors a year.
University of Illinois students Supriya Hobbs and Janna Eaves came up with the idea for Miss Possible, a business that sells dolls based on actual women who contributed to science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
A roundup of agriculture news
URBANA — University of Illinois agricultural economists Scott Irwin and Darrel Good were curious.
How has this year's weather stacked up with the weather in years that produced high corn yields?
Tough to think about on these unseasonably breezy July days, but school is just around the corner at the University of Illinois.
OK, the start of classes is still more than a month away, but housing officials, construction crews and campus rental agents are busy prepping.
Here's a look at some changes you will see on campus this fall.
CHAMPAIGN — The swanky Colonnades Club at Memorial Stadium hosts 1,000-plus Illinois football fans on Saturdays in the fall.
In the offseason, the calendar is crammed with wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners and private parties.