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

A university police officer takes a lap around the parking before leaving the area on October 8th, 2020. UIPD have dealt with several gun related crimes the past weekend.

UIPD makes firearm-related arrests for three consecutive weekends

The University of Illinois Police Department arrested...

On the evening of Nov. 18, a 28-year-old man was shot outside of Carle Hospital.

Man shot outside Carle Hospital Thursday night

By Ashley Gilbert, Staff Writer

A man was shot outside of Carle Hospital in Urbana...

Ellie Guyette receives her first pediatric dose of the Pfizer vaccine on Saturday morning. Carle Health has begun to rollout COVID-19 vaccines for children ages 5-11.

Carle Health begins COVID-19 vaccine rollout for children ages 5-11

Carle Health held its first COVID-19 vaccination clinic...

The Abbott Power Plant stands at 1117 S. Oak St. in Champaign near the west end of campus. UI professor emeritus expresses environmental and safety concerns for the proposed location of the reactor.

UI professor emeritus expresses concerns over nuclear reactor proposal

By George Phelan, Staff Writer

Environmental and safety concerns have been raised...

The new 7 Tesla MRI scanner will be used at Carle Health by Carle and University professionals to examine how the brain ages over a persons lifetime.

First Carle Health, University collaboration study to be run on new MRI scanner

By Madison Holcomb, Contributing Writer

Carle Health and the University are participating in...

Police survey area at the intersection of Green and Wright St. on Aug 28, 2020. Over the holiday weekend, several crimes took place that have ongoing investigations currently happening.

Gun incidents reported in Champaign over Halloween weekend

By Lilli Bresnahan, Contributing Writer

Over the weekend, three gun-related crimes were reported...

A clinic worker fills a needle with a dose of the Moderna COVID-19 at the I-Hotel & Conference Center on Feb. 11. CUPHD has recently began offering COVID booster clinics.

CUPHD hosts more COVID-19 booster clinics, allows ‘mix and match dosing’ for shots

By Willie Cui, Assistant Daytime Editor

The Champaign-Urbana Public Health District announced...

A newly designed MTD bus parks at the Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District Maintenance Department on Oct. 14. MTD recently unveiled their zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell buses that solely emit water vapor.

MTD unveils zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell buses

By George Phelan, Staff Writer

On Oct. 14, the Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District...

A photo of the old Congregation Anshe Knesset Israel Synagogue that stood at 949 N. Walnut St. from 1929-1991 is shown above. Jewish archives from central Illinois similar to the photo above will be stored at new archives at the Illinois History and Lincoln Collections at the University.

Jewish archives from central Illinois to be stored at University 

By Ashley Gilbert, Contributing Writer

The University is establishing new archives at the...

An MTD bus drives down a street for line 13 Silver. The MTD is short staffed creating service reductions.

MTD makes service reductions, faces staff shortages

By Weiyu Ding, Contributing Writer

The Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District made service...

A second arrest has been made in connection to the shooting that took place at Centennial High School on Sept. 25 for aggravated discharge of a firearm.

Second suspect arrested in connection with shooting near Centennial High School

By Brendyn Jones, Staff Writer

Police arrested a second suspect Tuesday morning in...

The Party for Socialism and Liberation - Champaign-Urbana protests at the Cancel the Rents in Champaign County rally on Sept. 26.  Illinois officials are now facing pressure from the community after the eviction moratorium expired on Oct. 3.

Eviction moratorium ends in Illinois, officials face pressure

By Ashley Gilbert, Contributing Writer

Illinois’ eviction moratorium that protects tenants...

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