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Editorial: Non-tenure faculty strike exemplifies peaceful protest

By The Daily Illini Editorial Board

May 12, 2016

We live in a time when every public misstep is met with widespread criticism. It’s the age of scrutiny, and people would do well to consider the potential consequences of their plans before taking action. Protests are an essential part to our democracy — people have a right to voice their...

Once an Illini, Always an Illini

Once an Illini, Always an Illini

October 21, 2014

Besides being a prestigious institution with a prominent social scene, the University provides students with something even greater – the resources they need to continue learning even after they graduate. In honor of Homecoming Week, The Daily Illini spoke with Richard McMenamin, a graduate from the Cl...

6 Top Places to Study

By Teryn Payne

December 17, 2013

1 | Krannert Center for the Performing Arts This is not a typical place to study, but if you like to listen to sweet melodies while hitting the books, Krannert is the perfect place for you. Although a range of performances can be held here throughout the day, it can serve as a get away spot from over...

Home forms who we are

By Bailey Bryant

November 22, 2013

Home is where the free food and laundry service are (Thanks mom!). For me, it’s a town where I know nearly everyone’s name and 4-wheel-drive diesel trucks run rampant.  As the holidays approach, it’s a place I can’t wait to get back to — something I never imagined myself saying two years ago....