The Daily Illini

Students push to bring back La Carta

Students  push to bring back La Carta

By Adam Kaz

September 30, 2015

Tweet: University students are trying to bring back La Carta magazine.Student leaders of La Casa Cultural Latina are using the center’s resources to bring back the defunct Hispanic publication La Carta Informativa.La Casa’s goal is to develop the educational, cultural and sociopolitical programs...

Champaign’s Fire Service Institute Library named finalist for national award

Champaign’s Fire Service Institute Library named finalist for national award

By Robin Dean

April 1, 2015

Champaign’s Illinois Fire Service Institute Library, IFSI, has been selected as one of 30 finalists to compete for the National Medal for Museum and Library Service award, which goes toward museums and libraries that aim to meaningfully impact their community. “The award is the country’s highest honor for library ...

Huff still home for Illini volleyball in NCAA tournament

December 2, 2014

After hearing that the Illinois volleyball team will host the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament, senior opposite side hitter Liz McMahon let out a sigh of relief. The Illini have the chance to play two more games at Huff Hall this season, which makes the three seniors happy that they will play i...

Students seek fun with fewer costs

Students seek fun with fewer costs

By Aaron Geiger

December 12, 2008

It has been a tough year. Entertainment is now a paradox - people want more, but can afford less, so how are they coping? There hasn't been a particularly large deviation or change in the nature of C-U entertainment in the course of the semester. Instead, the lifestyles of those who want entertainmen...

Economic crisis means budgeting for some students

By Missy Smith

December 12, 2008

Most people are cutting back on spending, just struggling to get by this holiday season. The economic crisis has had varying impact on student spending this year, with some students not feeling the pinch while others have changed their spending habits. Amy Pudlo, senior in Business, said her going out and le...