The Daily Illini
Hooked, Champaign’s newest dining discount app, provides users with real-time discounts at 40 dining options around campus. The University is the fifth campus in the nation that the app is available on.
After being named the Major League Hacking fall 2014 North America season winners, the newly organized Illini Hackers are preparing for the second annual HackIllinois on Feb. 27 to March 1.
The Daily Illini spoke with Mike Love of The Beach Boys in light of the band’s performance at the Virginia Theatre on Monday at 7:30 p.m.
Real Estate and Elsinore started this year’s Pygmalion Festival off on a good start Thursday night at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.
Nearly 50 vendors will line The Highdive Outdoor Annex at Made Fest, with booths featuring vintage and handmade goods on Saturday and Sunday, doubling the amount of sellers and open hours from its debut last year.
Father Vincent Lampert, one of 50 trained exorcists within the Catholic Church in the United States, visited Foellinger Auditorium on Monday night to recount the realities of his position, debunk the common myths and set guidelines that students of all faiths can follow to prevent forms of evil from entering into their lives.
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, signed artists of the Champaign-based label Polyvinyl Record Co., will return to one of their frequently visited towns in promotion of their recent LP release, “Fly By Wire.”
Soon to be located at 702 S. Neil St., Error Records — the part-record store, part-all-ages music venue — will give the five-year label a physical home and hopes to host a variety of performers of all ages and styles of music.
Jenny Baldwin was sworn in as vice president internal of the Illinois Student Senate on April 17. Now after serving two different vice president positions within the same semester, Baldwin has gotten important experience within both sides of Senate, allowing her to gain a larger understanding of the organization.
Local artists, aspiring students and college career service counselors comment on what it takes to prepare and launch a career in an art-related field.
Brian Mertz, senior security outreach specialist for CITES, explains how and why the University tracks and handle illegal downloading on University networks.
New popular technological advancements, such as the iPhone 5, can serve as a tool to communicate in ways never before possible those deaf or hard of hearing.
Once a bachelor’s degree is earned and four years worth of tuition has been spent, the last thing a college graduate wants to prepare for is switching careers. But when about 60 percent of students change their majors during their undergraduate study, what are the odds of having to make the switch post-degree?
Several organizations in the Champaign-Urbana community will honor World AIDS Day, an event intended to spread awareness and educate people about the facts on HIV.