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Penn State enrollment strong more than a year into COVID-19 pandemic

Penn State's overall enrollment remains steady more than a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, reporting only a modest decrease in student numbers...

NPR: The COVID-19 pandemic has now killed 5 million people around the world

Global deaths from COVID-19 have now surpassed 5 million, according to the data released Monday from Johns Hopkins University's coronavirus tracker.

BBC: Covid-19 pandemic: Japan widens emergency over ‘frightening’ spike

Japan is extending a state of emergency in Tokyo and expanding it to new regions as the Olympic Games host faces a...

Report shows recent Illinois graduates succeeding despite COVID-19 pandemic

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — The sixth annual Illini Success report released today shows that University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign graduates in summer 2019, fall 2019 and...

Anthony Fauci On What We Need To Get Over COVID-19 (Ep. 64)

Anthony Fauci has spent the past year trying to curb the worst health crisis the world has seen in a century. 

AP: Fleeing New Yorkers squeeze surrounding housing markets

Angel Garcia, a single father approved for a mortgage loan of $300,000, had high hopes in early 2020 of finding a house...

‘Creating history’: Students interview essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic

Oral history project preserves stories of frontline workers in University of Chicago Library archives

VOA: Students Ask for More Transparency During Pandemic

College students say clearer communications with their institutions could improve learning during the COVID-19 pandemic that has limited most classes to online.

BBC: How the Covid-19 pandemic hit the cut-flower chain

Flowers have the power to comfort us, lift our mood and brighten our home. They also represent a €15bn (£14bn/$18bn) global industry...

VOA: Japan, New Zealand Press for Open Markets to Boost Recovery

Leaders from Japan and New Zealand on Friday warned countries against the temptation of retreating into trade protectionism, saying that keeping...
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Illinois astronomers help capture first image of Milky Way’s black hole

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — A team of University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign researchers led by physics and astronomy professor Charles Gammie is part of a large international collaboration that unveiled...

[Urbana] Enjoy Neighborhood Nights at our parks this summer!

We are excited to bring back this Urbana tradition!Enjoy a free concert in one of our parks each Wednesday from 6:30 -...

BBC: Five places business travel has changed post-pandemic

As Covid restrictions and quarantines continue to lift around the world, work-related trips are bouncing back in a big way in 2022.

BBC: Where people ‘surf’ tubular clouds

Around September or October each year, Burketown in outback Australia becomes the scene for a remarkable and rare natural phenomenon: the Morning...