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

The independent student newspaper at the University of Illinois since 1871

The Daily Illini

Cars come to a slow halt on Green Street before a stoplight on Sept. 30. Reckless driving on-campus is putting students in harms way.

Reckless driving on campus poses danger

By Adelina Garcia, Contributing Writer

Students insist reckless driving on campus results...

A student converses with an elderly man as a part of Enactus Sage. This branch of the organization address senior loneliness by developing inter-generational relationships through interviews and the written word.

Students connect with elderly people through Enactus Sage

By Olivia Vamos, Staff Writer

For many, letter writing can be a way to communicate...

Rental assistance forms hang outside of the Cunningham Township Supervisors Office. There are multiple organizations in the area trying to help residents with emergency rental assistance since the eviction moratorium ended in Illinois.

Organizations in Champaign County provide emergency rental assistance

By Jenni Kallenback, Assistant Features Editor

It has been three weeks since the eviction moratorium...

Champaign County Humane Society (CCHS) volunteer Joe Domain poses for a photo outside with Foster, an American Pit Bull terrier mix, after their morning walk Oct. 11. The CCHS is gradually restarting their volunteer program after the heat of the pandemic.

Humane Society gradually restarts volunteer program

By Micah Lin, Contributing Writer

Inside the Champaign County Humane Society is a chorus...

A look of the South Quad from the top of the undergraduate library. Many students are still learning about the library being shut down for renovations in Fall of 2022 and students are conflicted.

Students remain upset over UI’s lack of transparency in UGL conversion project

By Liz Gremer, Staff Writer

Since the University announced its plan for the library...

Sister Cindy poses for a photo with two Illinois students on the Main Quad on Sept. 8. Multiple preachers have been traveling to college campuses across the country to share their beliefs.

Sister Cindy, preachers create frenzy on campus

By Aidan Finn, Staff Writer

A woman stood rambling in the middle of a circle of...

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints sits at 402 S. Lincoln Ave. in Urbana. Mormon missionaries have set out to preach the gospel in the Urbana community to spark recruitment during the pandemic.

Local Mormons sustain a new mission: recruitment during pandemic

By Aidan Finn, Staff Writer

Before the pandemic’s onset, many households in both...

Nonprofits struggle due to lack of student volunteers

Nonprofits struggle due to lack of student volunteers

By Aidan Finn, Staff Writer

With the ever stressful comings and goings...

University safety resources reassure students

University safety resources reassure students

By Aidan Finn, Staff Writer

On Friday, June 11 at 12:36 a.m., an Illini-Alert notified...

Nicholas Colegrove, sophomore in LAS, stands in front of the bike he will be riding across the country this summer. Colegrove will be raising awareness for people with disabilities who face isolation in partnership with the The Ability Experience’s Journey Of Hope.

Pi Kappa Phi student bikes across US, raises awareness

By Gwyn Skiles, Features Editor

Feet lifting up and down, a national band of brothers...

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