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UD grads Jimmy and Daniel Vennard open Newark brewery

When Blue Hen engineers open a brewery, they do it in true Blue Hen engineering form: analytically, scientifically, and with careful attention...

Purdue room and board rates to remain flat on West Lafayette campus for 2020-21

Purdue students on the West Lafayette campus will see no increase in room and board rates for the 2020-21 academic year.

BROTHERS, BLUE HENS, BUSINESS PARTNERS

When Blue Hen engineers open a brewery, they do it in true Blue Hen engineering form: analytically, scientifically, and with careful attention...

Using AI to analyze placenta health

Whether it’s used to detect skin cancer or diagnose diabetes, artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming a go-to solution in health care.

Understanding how information flows into and out of Gitmo

The United States detention center at Guantánamo Bay Naval Base has a library for detainees that includes thousands of books. Noam Chomsky’s...

‘Epidermal VR’ gives technology a human touch

Imagine holding hands with a loved one on the other side of the world. Or feeling a pat on the back from...

WORDS TAKE THE STAGE

Kyle Bass was very young when he had his light-bulb moment about the importance of language, but he recalls it clearly even...

Portraits by artist Hale Ekinci explore Middle Eastern identity and cultural representation

Dittmar Gallery at Northwestern University announces a new exhibition by Chicago-based interdisciplinary artist Hale Ekinci. “Oya: Borders of History,” explores transcultural communication...

Purdue trustees approve financing and plans for Data Science building, other campus facilities

The Purdue University Board of Trustees voted Friday (Dec. 6) to approve the construction of a new $40 million facility dedicated to...

Equal health care for all: A philosopher’s answer to a political question

Should access to health care, especially in life-threatening situations, depend on whether you can afford it? Absolutely not, says Robert C. Hughes, Wharton...

‘An Atlas for the Green New Deal’

In September of 1962, President John F. Kennedy delivered a speech urging that the United States should “go to the moon … not...

SHARING THE POWER OF STEM

A group of local girls visited the University of Delaware’s Science, Technology and Advanced Research (STAR) Campus on Nov. 11, 2019 to...

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[Urbana] Winter is Here – Fun Ways to Celebrate the Season With Your Dog

What do you do when there is snow outside and your dog needs exercise? Canine15.com offers some suggestions. There are lots of...

[Champaign] PSA: COVID-19 Vaccination Guide

Stay up-to-date with information on COVID-19 vaccinations in Champaign County. Visit the Champaign-Urbana Public Health District to learn about how the vaccine...

[Champaign] Restaurant Week 2021

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, our local restaurants need your support more than ever. In order to safely support our restaurants this winter,...

[Illinois] KRANNERT CENTER PRESENTES SCOTT SILVEN’S THE JOURNEY

Tu-Sa Feb 2-6 at 6:30pm and 8pm Su Feb 7 at 2pm and 4pm $25 /...