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Technology Services reports connectivity issues in residence halls

By Charlotte Collins Staff writer

August 26, 2015


Filed under News

Wireless connectivity to IllinoisNet has been degraded in the University’s residence halls according to Technology Services at Illinois, formerly known as CITES.Technology Services has been trying to diagnose the connectivity issues and the root of the problem since Friday; however, connectivity v...

Facebook Lite app gives access to users in developing countries

Facebook Lite app gives access to users in developing countries

February 4, 2015


Filed under Uncategorized

Some users of the Facebook mobile app know the frustration of inconsistent Internet connections and running out of storage. But for users in developing countries, accessing the app can be nearly impossible. However, this is now changing in certain developing countries because of Facebook’s newest developmen...

Humans of Champaign project connects University to local community

Humans of Champaign project connects University to local community

September 3, 2014


Filed under Uncategorized

By seeking out the unique voices of Champaign-Urbana, the Humans of Champaign-Urbana project aims to share the stories and thoughts of local individuals one post at a time.  Stemming from Humans of New York, Humans of Champaign-Urbana uses a Facebook page, currently with over 1000 likes, to post the portr...

R&B artist SoMo to perform at The Canopy Club

R&B artist SoMo to perform at The Canopy Club

By Alexander Vassiliadis

April 29, 2014


Filed under Uncategorized

Originally a rhythm and blues cover artist on YouTube, SoMo is now spreading beyond the Internet. SoMo is a R&B and pop singer-songwriter on Republic Records. His videos quickly gained traction, with upward of 4 million views on his most-viewed video — a cover of Drake’s “Take Care.” SoMo’...

Tuition to triple this coming semester

Tuition to triple this coming semester

By Stephanie Kim

April 1, 2014


Filed under Uncategorized

That’s right — April Fools’ Day. Without careful reading, headlines like this can fool readers, whether it is April Fools’ Day or not. The name of the game is satire. And over time, it has become harder to recognize. In recent years, news has permeated print publications, the Internet and soc...

Alpha Epsilon Phi member serves as ‘Relay’ co-chair

Alpha Epsilon Phi member serves as ‘Relay’ co-chair

By Emma Goodwin

March 18, 2014


Filed under Uncategorized

Because “cancer never sleeps,” neither did several students who stayed up until the wee hours of Sunday morning, walking around the Armory’s indoor track during Relay For Life. Students representing several campus groups raised proceeds through the fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. M...

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