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[Illinois] Art @ the Y

Art @ the Y Presents Azuki!  Kofi Bazzell-Smith: Manga As A Bridge Between Cultures

[Illinois] Dump & Run Big Sale!

Everything at low cost: • Bicycles• Household Items• Furniture • School Supplies• Electronics• Clothing• Toiletries• Lawn & Garden• Musical Instruments•...

University, area businesses invest $300,000 to fight local crime

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign is partnering with local businesses and organizations to invest $300,000 to fight violent crime...

Mouza named College of Education dean

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Chrystalla Mouza has been appointed dean of the College of Education at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign effective Aug....

Temporary tax relief measures to begin Friday in Illinois

SPRINGFIELD – Illinoisans will receive some modest tax relief starting Friday when the state’s new fiscal year begins.

Waiting for the sun to set to find a rare bird

MASON COUNTY, Ill. – When most people are just getting home from their workdays, I’m about to start mine. I am a...

Provost Cangellaris leaving Illinois to lead Saudi Arabian university

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Provost Andreas C. Cangellaris will leave the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in August...

CCIL Scientists Targeting Minor Cannabinoids as Potential Cancer Therapeutics

Urbana, Ill. – Cannabis has long been used to alleviate pain, reduce anxiety, and treat inflammation, with the earliest records dating back to 2737...

[Illinois] Sunny days @ the Y

Looking for something to do during school break?  Come hang out at our beautiful building! A quiet space with...

Great timing, supercomputer upgrade lead to successful forecast of volcanic eruption

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. —  In the fall of 2017, geology professor Patricia Gregg and her team had just set up a new volcanic forecasting modeling program on...
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Layered limestone deposits give unique insight to Roman aqueducts

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Mineral-rich waters originating from the Apennine Mountains of Italy flowed through ancient Rome’s Anio Novus aqueduct and left behind...

[Illinois] Art @ the Y

Art @ the Y Presents Azuki!  Kofi Bazzell-Smith: Manga As A Bridge Between Cultures

New global map of ant biodiversity reveals areas that may hide undiscovered species

They are hunters, farmers, harvesters, gliders, herders, weavers and carpenters. They are ants, and they are a big part of our world,...

REUTERS: Suspected drones over Taiwan, cyber attacks after Pelosi visit

Suspected drones flew over outlying Taiwanese islands and hackers attacked its defence ministry website, authorities in Taipei said on Thursday, a day...