Alex Kobryn is a copy editor at The News-Gazette. Her email is email@example.com.
So far, it has showcased a Gospel Explosion, Spittin’ Figures, a discussion of the Tuskegee Airmen and World War II), Soul Train Karaoke and bowling at the Illini Union. At 7:30 p.m. tonight, the group will host its annual fashion show.
English teachers Jennifer Hindes and Jessica Hutchison are hoping to create 'a more peaceful community' by taking 13 students on a Peace Pilgrimage to Atlanta for the two-day intensive seminar.
The films, to be shown over four Sundays in February and March at the Spurlock Museum in Urbana, explore the Jewish experience and increase awareness and understanding of Israel and the Jewish community, organizers say.
URBANA — To celebrate 50 years in the community, the Champaign-Urbana Potters’ Club will host free public events throughout February.
FirstFollowers Re-entry Program, in partnership with the Housing Authority of Champaign County, broke ground Thursday on its first transitional home for men released from prison.
CHAMPAIGN — Swim, school, band, sleep, repeat. Then throw in some homework, extra practices and a part-time job lifeguarding at the YMCA.
The event — which began Friday and ends at 11 a.m. Sunday at Camp Drake in Fairmount — features Scouts pulling a homemade sled full of gear from station to station, each presenting a different challenge.
Organizers of the summer festival announced the news Friday at the Vermilion County Museum, and also announced six new grant recipients. The grants are awarded to 'schools and groups working to better the lives of our kids.'