“Throughout all these changes, my one goal is to create systems that were sustainable and effective for the future,” said Daily Illini Editor-in-Chief Diana Anghel. “For a long time, it felt like we were at a forefront of a battle, and we did not have enough weapons to be fighting in that battle.”
Daily Illini editors (from left) Gwyn Skiles, Nathan Langley and Cameron Krasucki analyze an edition of the paper’s new tabloid style.
Daily Illini Editor-in-Chief Diana Anghel chats with her team of editors about this week’s tabloid edition.
Triptych brewers (from left) Josh Martin, Luke Taggart, owner Anthony Benjamin and Whitney Braddock show off their winning brew from their pro…
Wrapping up a five-part N-G series: For her work at the New American Welcome Center, helping locals navigate the legal work of the immigration process, Daniella Di Stefano will be honored with the Student Leadership Award from the C-U Immigration Forum on Saturday.
“What I was afraid of was the streets. I had friends who stayed in the streets and I think right now, the biggest thing you can take away from this is to not be afraid of saying no,” Trent Frazier told his audience. “It’s about decisions, one bad decision could turn your whole life around.”
Trent Frazier shares his life story to kids and supervisors at the YouthBuild program at the Champaign County Housing Authority.
Illini basketball star Trent Frazier speaks to participants in the YouthBuild program Friday at the Housing Authority of Champaign County’s of…
Illini basketball star Trent Frazier, center, shares some ice cream provided by Jarling’s Custard Cup with participants in the Housing Authori…