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Illinois completes undefeated weekend against Indiana and Purdue

By Tim Griffin

April 10, 2016


Filed under Sports

#Illini register another undefeated weekendThe Illinois women’s tennis team continued its hot streak over the weekend.The Illini registered an undefeated weekend after defeating both Indiana and Purdue. Illinois is now 12-6 on the spring season and 6-1 in the Big Ten, with their only conf...

KRUSH EDITION: Across enemy lines: Indiana basketball

By Compiled by Joey Figueroa

February 24, 2016


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Editor’s note: The Daily Illini sat down with Michael Hughes, the sports editor of the Indiana Daily Student, the student newspaper at Indiana and talked about Illinois, Indiana and how Thursday’s game might go.Daily Illini: Indiana remains undefeated at home this season- how much of a homecourt advantage w...

Illini implode at Indiana, lose 103-69

Illini implode at Indiana, lose 103-69

By Alex Roux

January 20, 2016


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Illinois did Tuesday what you absolutely can’t afford to do if you want to win at Indiana.It let the Hoosiers play downhill.The Illini were backpedaling on defense all night in their 103-69 loss to Indiana as the Hoosiers (16-3, 6-0) effortlessly picked apart the Illinois defense at Asse...

Azzip Pizza to provide new dining experience on campus

Azzip Pizza to provide new dining experience on campus

By Atoosa Sayeh

May 25, 2015


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Azzip Pizza will open its doors in Campustown this August and will provide customers with fast, casual pizza. The new location will be at 505 E. Green St., the former location of Jersey Mike’s Subs.Brad Niemeier, owner and founder of Azzip Pizza, said Azzip is different from other pizzerias because it provi...

Spring break allows for time with family

Spring break allows for time with family

By Claire Hettinger

February 3, 2015


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College is seen as the time to escape families and be independent for the first time. But what does this mean for the people who care the most about students’ well-being, but are oftentimes excluded from this new life? Parents and siblings are often left behind, and distance can disrupt strong, happ...

Groce: Rice, Cosby could play Saturday against Penn State

Groce: Rice, Cosby could play Saturday against Penn State

By Sean Neumann

January 29, 2015


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Illinois guards Rayvonte Rice and Aaron Cosby are both ahead of schedule in recovery from recent injuries. Illini head coach John Groce said Thursday afternoon that Rice has been practicing in skill and non-contact situations. The senior guard suffered a broken hand during practice in early January and ...

Illini lose, drop to 12-7

Illini lose, drop to 12-7

By Sean Neumann

January 20, 2015


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Illinois just couldn’t put Indiana away. The Illinois basketball team brought out all it had to offer Sunday afternoon, but fell to Indiana, 80-74. The Illini ran onto the court in throwback Flyin’ Illini jerseys as pyrotechnics went off before the record-breaking sellout crowd of 17,085. Groce even wore h...

Illini looking to continue home-court perfection against Hoosiers

Illini looking to continue home-court perfection against Hoosiers

January 18, 2015


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It’s been an inconsistent season so far for Illinois hoops, but John Groce’s squad has definitely been reliable in one aspect. They’ve consistently won on their home court. The Illini (12-6, 2-3 Big Ten) are 8-0 at State Farm Center this year, and they’re looking to improve to 9-0 at home when ...

Rice’s injury pushes Illinois into uncharted waters against Maryland

Rice’s injury pushes Illinois into uncharted waters against Maryland

January 7, 2015


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Wednesday’s game between Illinois and No. 11 Maryland certainly has intrigue surrounding it, but not the kind Illini fans hoped for. It will be the first game in a season and a half that Illinois will play without its star guard Rayvonte Rice. The senior suffered a broken left hand in practice Mond...

With Leron Black, future could be now for Illinois basketball

With Leron Black, future could be now for Illinois basketball

By Sean Neumann

November 4, 2014


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The future of Illini basketball might be here already, and its name is “Savage.” Freshman Leron Black — who was given the ferocious nickname for his aggressive rebounding — is expecting to get playing time this season and said that the media spotlight surrounding Big Ten basketball won’t be a tough...

Lessons From The Soil at Native American House

Lessons From The Soil at Native American House

By Saher Khan

September 4, 2014


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The earth often offers more than just food and sustenance to society. On Friday, it will also be giving people a history lesson at the Native American House during the Lessons From the Soil Chat ’N Chew.  Seven different units participate in the Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Relations’ lect...

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