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ACE detail yields 28 citations

By Daily Illini Staff Report

September 24, 2014


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The Illinois State Police released the results of its Alcohol Countermeasure Enforcement (ACE) covert detail on Sept. 19. The purpose of the ACE program is to reduce and deter underage drinking, according to the press release from the Illinois State Police. It also hopes to increase police presence in...

Traditional Greek Reunion weekend hosted at University

Traditional Greek Reunion weekend hosted at University

July 14, 2014


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Regular Champaign bar-goers can now return to on-campus bars without the crowds, rowdiness and $5 to $10 covers that come with the summer annual Greek Reunion weekend. Greek Reunion was hosted at the University this past weekend, starting on Friday afternoon and ending in the early hours of Sunday mo...

Senior Essay: “What does U of I mean to me?”

Senior Essay: “What does U of I mean to me?”

By Kelsey Vlamis

May 6, 2014


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Alas, when asked to comment on my University experience in approximately 500 words, I found myself drawing a blank. Not due to a lack of notable experiences, but rather an inability to determine which of these experiences is most representative of my time here. As I spend my final days preparing for th...

February bar checks results in more than 60 citations

By Daily Illini Staff Report

March 7, 2014


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Illinois State Police, along with the Champaign Police Department, conducted two Alcohol Countermeasure Enforcement covert details in February. On Feb. 21, 35 citations were issued by the ISP and the Champaign Police. Of the 35 citations, 11 were issued at Joe’s Brewery, seven at It’s Brothers, six at...

Campustown proves to be prime location for karaoke enthusiasts

Campustown proves to be prime location for karaoke enthusiasts

By Bridget Hynes

January 28, 2014


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For college students in Champaign, Wednesday night can mean attending karaoke night at a local bar on campus.  “It’s a different option — a way for us to be even more crazy than usual and have some fun,” said Blake Quinlan, freshman in Business. Quinlan said his favorite karaoke experience was a...

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