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Champaign (Champaign, Illinois)

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  • Illini signee denied admission, add wide receiver

    Illini signee denied admission, add wide receiver
    Matt Domer was expected to provide depth at Illinois’ running back position. Instead, the Illini are left with few backup options. Domer was denied admission to the university, a school spokesman confirmed on Tuesday. Domer, a Mount Carmel...
  • Treasurer candidate says back to drawing board on Illinois pension reform

    Treasurer candidate says back to drawing board on Illinois pension reform
    Democratic state treasurer candidate Mike Frerichs says he thinks lawmakers should “go back to the drawing board” and start over on changes to public employee pension benefits following a recent Illinois Supreme Court ruling.   Frerichs, a...
  • Mizeur hopes grass-roots support delivers primary

    Mizeur hopes grass-roots support delivers primary
    Sixth in a series of profiles of candidates for governor. Not long into her campaign for governor, Democrat Heather R. Mizeur coined a response to the question still dogging her today: Can she win? To the pundits and the radio hosts, to donors and...
  • What's in a name? People fear "male" hurricanes more

    What's in a name? People fear "male" hurricanes more
    Sexism is alive and well. Don’t believe it? Look at hurricanes. That’s right — hurricanes. Behaviorial researchers at the University of Illinois in Champaign have found that people take hurricanes more seriously when they have male...
  • Audiologist drawn to the field because of grandfathers' hearing loss

    By Marcella Kreiter As a pre-med student at the University of North Dakota, audiologist Marie Vetter was flipping through a course catalog when she came across the section on Communication Sciences and Disorders. She spotted an introductory course on...
  • Public libraries in Chicago, suburbs offering online streaming

    Public libraries in Chicago, suburbs offering online streaming
    Try to check out a hot new book or movie at your local library, and you're likely to get put on a long waiting list. Libraries in the Chicago area are trying to change that by offering a new online checkout service. Instead of having a limited number...
  • Elysia Root, pastry chef

    Elysia Root, pastry chef
    It's not about the recipes, or vanilla spongecake versus chocolate, or square layers versus round. For Elysia Root, cake is the medium to create memories and happiness. The satisfaction of being a cake designer is hearing love stories, making kids smile...
  • Sev Seveer is a beatmaking name you should know

    Sev Seveer is a beatmaking name you should know
    Troy Brundidge's education as a DJ and beatmaker is an incredibly well-rounded one. Performing live in improvised sets, he pulls samples and sounds from his drum machine, taking his his years of hip-hop knowledge and fandom and propelling them forward...
  • Playing nine games in China, Illini's Cosby averaged 18.1 ppg

    Playing nine games in China, Illini's Cosby averaged 18.1 ppg
    Aaron Cosby had to travel half way around the world to find his first competitive basketball game in more than a year. Cosby, an Illinois transfer who sat out last season, recently returned to Champaign after a 16-day trip to China. There, he played...
  • New Trier takes state science title

     New Trier takes state science title
    Thirty seconds may seem like a short duration for a flight, but the feat helped New Trier High School's Science Olympiad team claim an overall first place finish at the Illinois State Science Olympiad Tournament at the University of Illinois at Urbana...
  • Arlington Heights village manager to retire

     Arlington Heights village manager to retire
    Arlington Heights' village manager is retiring this summer after more than two decades on the job. Bill Dixon announced April 9 that he is leaving the top administrative post on June 27. His full salary package after a recent raise is now $207,092,...