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The Daily Illini

The independent student newspaper at the University of Illinois since 1871

The Daily Illini

The independent student newspaper at the University of Illinois since 1871

The Daily Illini

Enter another universe with these unique RSOs
Enter another universe with these unique RSOs
August 19, 2022
Crowds of students fill up the Main Quad as they attend Quad Day on Aug 22, 2021. It is important for students to dress appropriately according to the weather and to bring essentials such as water and sunscreen.
Tips to consider before attending Quad Day
August 18, 2022
A graph showing the relationship between RSO categories on the Involved@Illinois website. Each blue circle represents a category that RSOs are listed under on the Involved@Illinois website. The size of each circle is proportional to the number of RSOs listed in the corresponding category. Each orange line connects with two blue circles and represents RSOs that are listed under both categories of the connected circles. The thickness of each line is proportional to the number of RSOs that are listed under both categories.
What kinds of student organizations are at UI?
August 18, 2022
Dr. Robert T. Woodward, medical director of McKinley Health Center, answers questions regarding sickness during the fall semester and preventable measures to stay healthy.
Q&A: Doctor answers all of our questions about first semester sickness
August 17, 2022
Opinion | Andrew’s farewell to The Daily Illini
Opinion | Andrew’s farewell to The Daily Illini
By Andrew Prozorovsky, Senior Columnist

After four years, my tenure at The Daily Illini is about to officially sunset. So now, although...

Senior columnist Andrew Prozorovsky stands in front of the Foellinger Auditorium wearing his graduation gown and cap on May 14. Prozorovsky reflects on the wisdom he has learned the past four years at the University.
Opinion | Four years of college gifts much wisdom
By Andrew Prozorovsky, Senior Columnist

The freshman version of myself seems unrecognizable to me at times. It is said that if you don’t...

Final Quad Day gives seniors chance at new friendships, missed experiences
Final Quad Day gives seniors chance at new friendships, missed experiences
August 17, 2022

As you step outside, the sun shines down on you, and the air is humid. You start your journey with a small bag in hand and follow the long line of...

A 120W Teal MTD bus arrives at the Pennsylvania Avenue Residence Hall on April 10, 2021. MTD has announced changes to bus routes 22/220 Illini, 12 Teal, 13/130 Silver and the 10 Gold as the beginning of the school year approaches.
Planned changes to MTD bus routes take effect
August 15, 2022

As a result of an ongoing shortage of bus drivers, the Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District decided to make changes to the bus service on several...

The Red Lion, Campustown bar located on the corner or on Third and Green Street, will be relocating locations. Owner Scott Cochrane made the announcement on Wednesday and plans to open the new bar by 2024.
Moving the party elsewhere: Red Lion owner announces relocation
August 11, 2022

On Wednesday, the owner of Campustown bar, The Red Lion, announced that he plans to relocate the building away from its current home on Third and...

In retrospect: Arthur Galston and the fight against Agent Orange
In retrospect: Arthur Galston and the fight against Agent Orange
August 10, 2022

Introduction and Early Life In certain parts of Illinois, when the wind blows in just the right direction, the smell of soybeans becomes overwhelming....

Illinois football 2022 season preview: New faces, new challenges, new year
By Jonathan Alday, Assistant Sports Editor • August 14, 2022

As the days count down before Illinois’ Week 0 matchup against Wyoming at Memorial Stadium, the anticipation increases for head coach Bret Bielema, who’s heading into his second year in charge of the...

Kona Ice employee taking orders for a delicious treat from fair attendees at the Champaign County Fair. Co-owner of Kona Ice Wes Hanner shares his excitement for the Champaign County Fair this year from July 22-July 30 and for Kone Ice to be attending again in-which the snow cone truck has been a vendor for 7 years at the fair serving a wide variety of snow cones for everyone to enjoy.
Champaign County Fair to feature music, food, fun for everyone
July 21, 2022

The Champaign County Fair will officially kick off on Friday, July 22, featuring everything from concerts to food vendors to carnival rides. The nine-day...

A University student scans the QR code for The Wildlife Society RSO on Quad Day 2021. Some RSOs will use a QR code as a way for students to sign-up for the club, or will require them to write it down on a sign-up sheet.
Find balance in coursework, RSOs
August 17, 2022
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What is the future of student media?
What is the future of student media?
April 14, 2022

DI alumni talk about the future of student media during Illini Media's Hall of Fame Reunion Weekend.

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