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Apple, writs and opposition

August 9, 2016

Information builds and inspires everything we do. This is a confused age of overload, and information drives it all. As the U.S. government stumbles to catch up to this overload, more and more cases...

Campus waste should be reduced

August 9, 2016

When walking out of the apartments along Healey Street in Champaign, I always see garbage cans so jam-packed that the covers can’t even close. Not only are the bulging trash bins problematic, but...

You gain more in college than just a degree

August 9, 2016

The end of the school year is a hectic time for everyone. Between studying for exams, picking next year’s schedule and making living arrangements, it’s easy to get distracted by the allure of summer,...

Netflix will not melt your brain

Netflix will not melt your brain
April 11, 2016

One of the many valuable lessons I’ve learned at college is that school and Netflix go hand in hand. Whether we are procrastinating, winding down or choosing to save the eight dollars a month for something...

Put away your selfie stick

Put away your selfie stick
April 11, 2016

During my spring break, I traveled to Istanbul to visit my brother who is studying abroad there. I really enjoyed having the experience of learning about a country that is so different from my own, and...

Surpassing grief to celebrate Moms Weekend

April 11, 2016

This weekend was Moms Weekend; a celebrated tradition where the University invites the students’ moms to campus to enjoy “musicals, (a) craft fair, flower shows, art exhibits, vocal performances and...

Apple, writs and opposition

April 11, 2016

Information builds and inspires everything we do. This is a confused age of overload, and information drives it all.As the U.S. government stumbles to catch up to this overload, more and more cases of...

University of Illinois’ 1st Coursera class enrolls 26,000

August 28, 2012

If professor Jonathan Tomkin’s class met in real life, a stadium would be needed to seat them all. And Assembly Hall wouldn’t cut it: Its 17,000 seats would fit only two-thirds of the 26,000 students...

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