To kick off a Galloping Ghost-themed symposium on campus Thursday, hundreds of students gathered near the Red Grange statue outside Memorial Stadium for a team picture — all wearing replicas of the Illini legend’s jersey.
The UI has taken heat for maintaining that the federal Title IX law requires public radio employees at the Springfield campus to report information on sexual harassment gathered through a confidential online questionnaire.
Among the 1,936 memories you'll find on our Gies College of Business-powered website is one from Class of 2000 grad Jason Davis, who now serves as director of astronomy at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
Chancellor Robert Jones on Wednesday proposed extending Josh Whitman's contract through June 30, 2024, and raising his annual salary to $750,000.
Trustees will meet in public session starting at 9:30 a.m. at the UI-Chicago's Student Center West. Here's what they'll be discussing.
The event at the Alma Mater highlighted an amicus brief that the UI and more than 160 other universities submitted to the Supreme Court underscoring the importance of the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals program.
Ahead of the UI College of Applied Health Sciences' Sapora Symposium, which is devoted to Red Grange, Editor Jeff D’Alessio asked the three featured guest speakers to answer one question about the Illini icon.
Among the 1,935 memories you’ll find on our Gies College of Business-powered website is one from two-degree grad Ramona Sullivan of the Champaign County Public Defender's Office, a 2020 judge candidate.
One calls on the campus to release five years of aggregate data on complaints about sexual misconduct, as well as their outcomes, before the April 27 senate meeting.
Among the recommendations: A ban on professors having any consensual relationships with undergraduates and new restrictions on faculty relationships with graduate students.
CHAMPAIGN — Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is the focus of a new film by a University of Illinois researcher that will be shown Wednesday at Krannert Art Museum.
URBANA — People with Parkinson’s disease can take part in free monthly dance-based classes at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.
SAN DIEGO — University of Illinois Chancellor Robert Jones will chair the board of the Association of Public Land Grant Universities for the next year.
Among the 1,935 memories you’ll find on our Gies College of Business-powered website is one from Brendan McGinty, a history major turned director of industry at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications.
URBANA — Jonathon Smith will never forget walking across the University of Illinois Quad and hearing the bells in the Altgeld Hall tower for the first time.
Staff writer Paul Wood talks with the UI mechanical science and engineering professor who collaborated with MIT Professor Sangbae Kim to develop Little HERMES, a bipedal robot designed to go places that humans dare not.
Staff writer Paul Wood chats with the Champaign County Board member about his time in public service at the UI. He's practicing what he preached: His 2016 doctoral thesis was on 'The thoughts of African American Christian religious leaders and university professors on seeking public office.'
The King’s Singers, a six-member group from King’s College, Cambridge, came to Foellinger Great Hall on Tuesday and gave a concert called “Finding Harmony.” This event was, in their own words, an effort, “ to use their art form, singing, as a tool to find unity in a world that feels more fr…
Over the years, I’ve never written specifically about any overarching purpose for Environmental Almanac, trusting that I’ll either accomplish my aims or not whether I talk about them or not.
Visitors to the Sousa Archives often ask me how John Philip Sousa’s original and published music found its way to the University of Illinois.
The agenda for Thursday's UI Board of Trustees meeting in Chicago includes an amendment to Josh Whitman’s contract, but it was not included when materials were posted Friday morning and UI officials declined to comment, saying the details are still being finalized.
Although leaf raking can really spruce up the landscape, consider leaving some fallen leaves as winter habitat for many insects, arachnids (spiders), small mammals, amphibians and birds.
Unit 4 art teacher Shannon Percoco nominated Keenan Dailey for the Student ACE Award he'll get today 'for creating multifaceted, impressive and thought-provoking work that speaks to a variety of viewers on themes.'
'This is something I always wanted to do, just go back and look out for my community,' Aaron Brown, 30, said of the event, set for noon to 4:30 p.m. Sunday at the Don Moyer Boys and Girls Club, 201 E. Park St., C.
The 138-inch micro-LED monitor in Wohlers Hall at 1206 S. Sixth St., C, is still functional, but it was damaged by chalk when an 'individual used a chalkboard eraser to draw on the screen after a sign had been posted to deter such behavior,' according to the police report.
With this year's wait list at over 1,600 people, board member Danielle Chynoweth said she doesn't think the housing authority should be paying the UI to put students in expensive dorms.
The allegations against Thomas McGeary, 71, apparently came to light when the vendor to whom McGeary had allegedly sold a UI book offered it back to the university for sale, not realizing its origin.
The first CU Campus Community Interfaith Exploration series, an effort to connect faith communities, the UI, community groups, campus religious and student organizations, and UI students, faculty and staff, runs Thursday through Sunday on campus and at local houses of worship.
A GoFundMe campaign to cover care for the puppy pulled out of Champaign's Kaufman Lake on Saturday surpassed its $5,000 goal in less than three days. The dog's rescuer, Bryant Fritz, said there will likely be additional medical care that those funds can help with.