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Gauging sex crimes at UI

URBANA — A professor makes unwanted attempts to establish a relationship with a student, even after it's clear the student isn't interested.

A student posts unwelcome sexual photos of a former boyfriend or girlfriend on Facebook.

A student is pressured into sex, even after she has told her partner she doesn't want to.

Go figure, UI edition, Oct. 30, 2015

A numerical look at what's making headlines on the UI campus

Trustees' committee votes to eliminate Killeen bonus

URBANA — University of Illinois President Timothy Killeen moved a step closer to being almost a quarter-million dollars poorer on Thursday — at his own request.

UI report says it contributes $13.9 billion per year to state economy

CHICAGO — Hoping to demonstrate its value to state lawmakers, the University of Illinois announced the results of an economic impact study Wednesday showing that it contributes $13.9 billion annually to the state's economy.

Putting temporary Henson Court to a test

Hear from former Illini Jerry Hester Thursday at 5:10 on WDWS.

UI leaders outline more cuts

URBANA — The effects of the state budget standoff can be felt from the University of Illinois' College of Engineering in Urbana to its now-shuttered advancement office in California.

During an annual meeting of the faculty this week, UI leaders unveiled a few of the concrete cuts that have been made and warned those on hand there's more to come.

New Willard director: 'We need to capture some destinations'

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SAVOY — When Gene Cossey accepted the job as Willard Airport's executive director, one of the biggest selling points was the airport's "underutilized resources" and untapped potential.

Breaking down the 3rd GOP debate

With Republican debate night (Part 3) here, we asked UI elections expert BRIAN GAINES back to break down the top of the GOP field. Here's his look at where the candidates stand, and what's at stake, from 7-9 p.m. on CNBC.

Daily Illini apologizes for running racist cartoon

The student newspaper at the University of Illinois has issued an apology after running a racist cartoon in Tuesday’s paper.

MJ's Minute: Lou Henson Court in place

Beat writer Marcus Jackson traveled to Springfield on Tuesday just in time to see Lou Henson Court put down inside the Prairie Capital Convention Center. He liked what he saw.