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Illinois' Logan Bradley pauses in his routine at the meet against Michigan on March 12, 2016.

Ngai’s age isn’t holding the Illinois gymnast back

By James Boyd March 29, 2016

Tweet: Age doesn’t faze #Illini 17-year-old Brandon Ngai, @lbrad5 gears up for his final #B1G title run.Sophomore Brandon Ngai’s rise to pommel horse prominence has been one of the most talked about stories of...

University Housing issues hoverboard ban, safety reminders

By Joeseph Longo January 7, 2016

University housing issued a press release Monday with new changes and requests for the upcoming spring semester, including a ban on hoverboards, which are battery-operated self-balance scooters. Amid...

University alumnus elected Georgian Prime Minister

By Christin Watkins December 31, 2015

University alumnus Giorgi Kvirikashvili was elected Georgian Prime Minister Wednesday. Kvirikashvili received his Master’s degree in Finance from the University. Morgan Lynge, Professor Emeritus...

University Director appointed to a National Panhellenic Committee

By Lilly Mashayek December 23, 2015

Andrew Hohn, the Associate Director of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs at the University, has been appointed to the Fraternity and Sorority Advisory Committee of the National Panhellenic Conference,...

"Love and solidarity" event to be held Wednesday

By Daily Illini Staff Report November 30, 2015

A coalition of students, faculty and community members will hold a "Love and Solidarity" gathering for black students and activists on campus."We call on campus and county communities to join us ... as...

Illinois men's basketball head coach John Groce.

Illinois needs better starts to compete in Emerald Coast Classic

By Alex Roux November 27, 2015

The numbers don’t lie.Illinois basketball has suffered from extremely poor starts in five games so far this year on its way to a 2-3 record. The Illini have trailed at halftime in each game and have...

Illinois' Kendrick Nunn (25) looks to drive to the basket during the game against Michigan State at State Farm Center, on Feb. 22, 2014. The Illini lost 60-53.

Illini basketball's Kendrick Nunn to have thumb surgery

By Peter Bailey-Wells October 20, 2015

The latest Illinois basketball injury is going to have lasting effects.Junior shooting guard Kendrick Nunn will have surgery Wednesday to repair a ligament in his left thumb. He injured the thumb during...

Head coach Bill Cubit and the Illinois sideline celebrate after Taylor Zalewski makes the PAT that put Illinois up 14-13 over Nebraska to win the game.

By Peter Bailey-Wells October 9, 2015

The Franczek Radelet investigation of the Illinois football team is over. And everyone but Tim Beckman has been cleared.WHAT DID THE REPORT SAYOn Aug. 28, about a week after receiving the initial findings...

WATCH: The best cars and the best wings in the C-U in one place

By Abraham Koshy October 5, 2015

The Sundowners Car club and the Fluid Event Center hosted a car show this past Sunday. Citizens of the C-U got a chance to look at some of the finest cars in the area, some even worth $2 million, while...

Wide receiver Geronimo Allison celebrates after catching the game-winning touchdown pass with 10 seconds left in Illinois' 14-13 win over Nebraska at Memorial Stadium on Oct. 3.

Illini football celebrates a different kind of win

By Peter Bailey-Wells October 4, 2015

print headline: Win over Huskers worthy of extra celebrationCelebrations in sports are funny things. They’re rarely for the sake of posterity — a spontaneous outburst isn’t about legacy.Illinois...

WATCH: Famous mind reader Eric Dittelman visits Illini Union

By Hannah Auten September 30, 2015

The Courtyard Cafe at the Illini Union brought nationally known mind reader, Eric Dittelman, to the Union for a performance on Tuesday, Sept. 29. Dittelman is known for his performance as a semi-finalist...

Claire Wheatley (1) sends the ball forward during Illinois' game vs Maryland on Sunday, Sept 27, 2015. Illinois won 2-1.

Illini soccer steps up to challenge

By Jon Joffe September 27, 2015

A statement-making performance this week is just what the Illinois soccer team needed to prove that it still means business.The Illini returned home for two matches after a disappointing showing in Indiana...

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