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

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Registrar processes grade changes

Thousands of grade changes have been processed by the...

University students vote early at the Illini Union on Saturday. The University joined the Big Ten Voting Challenge, hoping for the most improved voter turnout.

UI competes in Big Ten Voting Challenge

The University is participating in the Big Ten Voting...

Kirsten Peterson and Rahul Raju discuss the accessibility of voting locations at the Illinois Student Senate Complex on Friday.

ISG task force boosts voting room visibility

The Illinois Student Government Get Out The Vote task...

App to help ease tinnitus symptoms

If you have ever been to a loud concert or suffered...

isha kulkarni The Daily Illini
Jack Moore, junior in LAS, asks students to register to vote on the Main Quad on Oct. 9. Political student organizations on campus are preparing for the upcoming midterm elections in different ways, whether it be by campaigning, canvassing, debating or creating discussion spaces for students.

RSOs differ in midterm pre-election approaches

Multiple partisan and nonpartisan student groups on...

Source: Juan Sebastian Munoz

School shootings affect property values

While most people tend to focus on the effect school...

UI researchers design enzyme to transform harmful chemical

UI researchers design enzyme to transform harmful chemical

Researchers at the University have designed an enzyme...

New dean announced for College of Media

The College of Media announced Tracy Sulkin as the...

A customer purchases food from a festival food vendor. New VR technology has been created to help educate food handlers of temporary local establishments.

VR technology aids food safety training

Many people who do not think twice when ordering food...

Geography & GIS major graduate students created posters of their research and presented them in the halls of the Natural Science Building.

LAS department receives seven-figure donation from University alumni

The Department of Geography and Geographic Information...

The Jump Simulation Center of cially opened its doors to students on campus on July 27. The center offers medical students
realistic settings and equipment to help them get used to working in a hospital environment.

New medical training center opens to students

Three years after the $10 million gift from University...

Image of a bluegill fish. In a study conducted and designed by Michael Louison, results show the friendlier the fish, the more likely it is to be caught.

Study explores evolutionary impact of sociable fish prone to being caught

Bluegill fish who are more sociable tend to be more...

SOURCE: L.A. Times

Online transaction tax ruling unlikely to change consumer behavior

In a five to four ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair,...

UI professor discusses influence of Justice Kennedy’s retirement

Justice Anthony Kennedy, 81, will retire from the Supreme...

The Japan House is celebrating the 20th anniversary at its permanent location with live performances and a Japanese temple festival.

Japan House celebrates 20th anniversary of permanent home

Japan House will be celebrating the 20th anniversary...

Professor Chengs research suggests that people with a lower voice pitch can be more dominant.

Study shows correlation between vocal pitch, social dominance

People who speak with a lower pitch are considered...

New bill raises employment privacy concerns

Employers in Illinois may soon get notifications if...

Logo for the Accessibility Lighthouse Program developed by the Office of Corporations.

Microsoft invests $200,000 into program for student with disabilities

Microsoft invested $200,000 to the Accessibility Lighthouse...

Scott R. White, aerospace engineering professor, died on May 28 at age 55. White is credited with pioneering self-healing and adaptive materials. He is survived by his parents, wife, three children and two grandchildren.

University professor dies at age 55

Scott R. White, aerospace engineering professor, died...

On Tuesday, June 5, the University will hold a reception at 3 p.m. to welcome the Illini 4000 team back to campus. Illini 4000 is non-profit organization dedicated to biking across the country in order to raise money for cancer research.

Reception to be held for Illini 4000 team

A reception will be held on June 5 at 3 p.m. at the...

University offers summer jobs with various earning potential

University offers summer jobs with various earning potential

Students who are staying on campus over summer break...

The interior of the main libary

University offers resources to assist final exam scheduling

Many students have the experience of stressing over...

Illinois receives C+ rating in employment, earnings

Illinois receives C+ rating in employment, earnings

Illinois received a grade of C-plus in employment and...

Gender differences study shows gaps in occupational interests

A University study on gender differences in occupational...

A Creative Souls employee holds up shoes they painted. The local shoe company, which specializes in hiring people with disabilites, is attempting to raise $50,000 to expand hiring.

Local shoe company fundraises to help people with disabilities

Creative Souls, a local shoe company focusing on hiring...

Outside-look of the Illini Union on Oct 3, 2016.

ISG presidential debate highlights campus issues

The Illinois Student Government presidential debate...

Number of violations during Unofficial hit a 10-year low in 2017

Number of violations during Unofficial hit a 10-year low in 2017

The number of violations distributed on Unofficial...

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