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The new Maize location will be at the Station, Downtown Champaign (100 N. Chestnut, formally 116 N. Chestnut).

Maize to open second location downtown

By Samuel Cheung April 3, 2016

With a 4.6 star review on Google and a 4.5 star review on Yelp,ag Maize is a favorite restaurant of students on campus, but its cramped space turns some customers away. “Maize is the best Mexican restaurant...

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White House recognizes University researchers for efforts in water safety

By Ashni Gandhi March 30, 2016

By Ashni GhandiStaff writerThe White House recognized the University’s Prairie Research Institute for its emphasis on water safety and other water issues around the world.The March 22 national summitss...

Bernie Sanders holds UI rally

Bernie Sanders holds UI rally

By Daily Illini Staff Report March 12, 2016

4:15 p.m. — "Love trumps hatred." Speaking about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, Sanders speaks of his faith in the American people.  "The American people will defeat Donald...

Pulitzer Prize Winning Reporter, Bob Woodward, giving the inaugural speech for

Bob Woodward speaks at UI on Lincoln's life, own experiences

By Aaron Navarro January 27, 2016

Before Bob Woodward could delve into how Abraham Lincoln relates to the 21st century during a lecture at Foellinger Auditorium on Tuesday, he addressed his outfit choice.“I do not have a coat and tie...

Residents walk through Main Street at the Champaign Pride Parade on September 19, 2015.

Senator Mark Kirk joins fight against LGBT discrimination

By Daniel Corry January 25, 2016

Mark Kirk, Illinois senator, became the first Republican senator to co-sponsor the Equality Act Tuesday. The Equality Act would ban discrimination against people on the basis of their sexual orientation...

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Students, faculty gather for love and solidarity rally

By Lilly Mashayek December 3, 2015

Adorned with red and black arm bands, allies of the black solidarity movement gathered on the quad Wednesday for a “Love and Solidarity” rally. Students and faculty organizations read statements...

Campus security officers on the Main Quadrangles at the University of Chicago on Monday, Nov. 30, 2015 in Chicago. The University of Chicago announced Sunday that all classes and other activities planned for Monday on its Hyde Park campus will be canceled after the university was informed by FBI counterterrorism officials of a gun violence threat to the campus. (Jose M. Osorio/Chicago Tribune/TNS)

UPDATED: UIC student arrested, charged in connection with threats to University of Chicago campus

By Abigale Svoboda November 30, 2015

UPDATE (5 p.m.): Jabari R. Dean, a 21-year-old student at the University of Illinois at Chicago was charged with transmitting a threat in interstate commerce according to a press release from the U.S....

Students advocate for racial equality at a rally on the Main Quad on Nov. 18.

Black Students for Revolution call for change at UI

By Charlotte Collins November 21, 2015

Black Students for Revolution at the University of Illinois addressed the formation of a White Student Union in a press release Friday evening. The press release — circulated through email and the...

Students advocate for racial equality at a rally on the Main Quad on Nov. 18.

UI students at solidarity event push for 'revolution'

By Charlotte Collins November 19, 2015

Students congregated on the Main Quad Wednesday at noon for the black student solidarity rally, which was organized through social media, networking and word-of-mouth throughout the week.lbThe event did...

President Timothy Killeen speaks to media, alongside Acting Chancellor Barbara Wilson (left) the pair released a statement in support of students and faculty affected by the immigration ban.

Killeen, peers urge Rauner to end budget impasse

By Daily Illini Staff Report October 1, 2015

October marks the fourth month without a state budget. University President Timothy Killeen acknowledged the lack of a budget in a massmail Wednesday and informed the community about a letter he and nine...

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan talks with members of the University's wheelchair basketball team Wednesday morning at the ARC.

Duncan visits UI, discusses challenges for students with disabilities

By Aaron Navarro September 16, 2015

The Men’s and Women’s wheelchair basketball teams had a special spectator at their Wednesday morning practice. Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education, visited the ARC as part...

UI Board waits on state budget, approves background check

By Maggie Sullivan September 11, 2015

To officially kick off the academic year, the Board of Trustees approved a widely debated background check procedure, addressed the lack of a finalized state budget and discussed 10-day enrollment numbers.Background...

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