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The University of Illinois interim vice chancellor for research talks about her experience as a woman in STEM, efforts to curb sexual harassment on campus and her work with national organizations to stop universities from simply 'passing the harasser' on to other schools.

A bigger-than-life portrait of Gary Wieneke painted and donated by his former athlete, Rob Mango, will be unveiled when the former coach is inducted into the UI’s Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday night.

Staff writer Paul Wood chats with the University of Illinois geologist who is part of a team that has developed new computer models to help researchers better forecast volcanic eruptions.

On the chance you don’t already know it, back in July, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed into law the Coal Ash Pollution Prevention Act, and that’s cause for celebration. The act is designed to protect the public interest in clean water by placing more stringent rules on coal ash disposal sites.

That so many schools put on so many events to raise so much money during Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a wonderful thing. Especially to the organizations that benefit from the generosity, like Carle’s Mills Breast Cancer Institute.

To spice up fundraising efforts, the Parent-Teacher Association at Champaign’s Barkstall Elementary decided to ditch the 'catalog' and try something new: coffee.