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UChicago Press awards top honor to Eve L. Ewing’s ‘Ghosts in the Schoolyard’

The University of Chicago Press has awarded the 2020 Gordon J. Laing Award to Asst. Prof. Eve L. Ewing for Ghosts in...

PALS camp suspended for summer 2021

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — With limitations on the size of in-person gatherings in place because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual PALS camp on...

Bold and creative outreach addresses college and career readiness

As Gary Bertoline was transforming Purdue University’s former College of Technology into Purdue Polytechnic Institute, two ideas struck him in a goal...

Legal scholars explore COVID-19 pandemic’s impact in virtual symposium

The COVID-19 pandemic has had enormous implications for public health and scientific research, but these disciplines are not the only ones that...

Eight will receive Distinguished Alumni Awards in 2021

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Eight Penn State alumni selected by the Penn State Board of Trustees will receive the Distinguished Alumni Award,...

TRUSTED ADVICE AND RESOURCES

Let’s be honest, it has been a tough year since the ongoing coronavirus pandemic ground much of our typical daily activities to...

GRADUATE BASE TUITION RATE REDUCED BY 50%

Simpler structure makes UD graduate programs more competitive and affordable

More people. Countless opportunities. Better connection.

When he considers that he’s one of more than 34,000 undergraduate students at Purdue, Mitchell Demerly sees innumerable opportunities for friendships, connections...

Purdue Global Concord Law School to focus on ‘The Power of Black Women in the Law’ for next Distinguished Speaker Series discussion

LOS ANGELES — To commemorate Women’s History Month, Concord Law School at Purdue University Global will present a live discussion titled “The...

Good Neighbor Racial Equity Fund: Support for underserved in Evanston

Evanston Mayor Stephen Hagerty and Northwestern President Morton Schapiro announced today that the first-ever $1 million allocation of the Northwestern Good Neighbor...

Multimillion-dollar gift from Michael and Cari Sacks to support business and law students from Chicago

A new $5 million gift from Michael ’88 JD, MBA and Cari Sacks will include scholarship support for former Chicago Public Schools...

J. Peter Rosenfeld dies at 81

J. Peter Rosenfeld, a longtime professor of psychology in the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences at Northwestern University, died Feb. 15....

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[Urbana] Garden with the Urbana Park District

Organic Gardens: Community Gardens In Meadowbrook Park Garden at the oldest local organic community gardens! Since 1975, the Meadowbrook...

[Champaign] 13 Thursdays in Campustown

Mark your calendars for 13 THURSDAYS in campustown, every Thursday from May 20 through August 12, presented by JSM Living. Explore campustown all...

Champaign Public Library, 200 W Green St – Downtown

STARTING MARCH 29, we are expanding hours and services. We will stay open evenings, offer meeting room reservations, and provide seating throughout...

[Champaign] Free Mask Pickup for Individuals & Businesses

A large donation of masks has created an opportunity for individuals and businesses to access these masks at no cost.