The independent student newspaper at the University of Illinois since 1871

The Daily Illini

The independent student newspaper at the University of Illinois since 1871

The Daily Illini

The independent student newspaper at the University of Illinois since 1871

The Daily Illini

A Moderna Covid-19 Vaccine box sits on a table on Feb. 22. Select individuals will now be allowed to get a third does of the vaccine.

Third dose of vaccine available for select individuals

By Amrita Bhattacharyya, News Editor August 17, 2021

A third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine is now available...

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Follow these tips if you experience move-in anxiety

Follow these tips if you experience move-in anxiety

By Carolina Garibay, buzz Editor August 2, 2021

Moving into a new space can be terrifying, especially...

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Become a charitable Illini this holiday season

Become a charitable Illini this holiday season

By Shalini Atluri, Staff Writer December 3, 2020

While the holiday season is full of gift giving, there...

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Senior Vice President of Paypal Sri Shivananda poses for a professional photo. Shivananda was a keynote speaker at the Reflections / Projections conference.

Tech conference, Reflections Projections goes virtual

By Nandika Chatterjee, Staff Writer September 30, 2020

Reflections|Projections (R|P) is an annual technological...

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The Krannert Art Museum sits on August 20, 2016. The museum opened a new exhibit on Nov. 5 entitled “Bea Nettles: Harvest of Memory.”

Krannert Art Museum to re-open mid-August

By Aliza Majid, Staff Writer August 4, 2020

Krannert Art Museum is prepared to open to the public...

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Dunia Ghanimah, senior in LAS and co-author of Illinois Student Government Resolution 03.61, presents her case for the resolution alongside authors Buthaina Hattab and Ahlam Hatib. Since its passing, the resolution sparked divided reactions and issues with voting records threaten to nullify the act.

Vetoed resolution faces divided reactions, potential nullification

By Ethan Simmons and YooJin Son February 27, 2020

The executive branch veto of senate-backed Illinois...

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Illinois Student Government senator Ben Crane answers a question about the proposed amendment to Resolution 03.61 as the bill’s authors look on. The resolution passed through the student senate on Thursday at 12:30 a.m. in Illini Union Rooms B and C.

Divestment resolution passes student senate after contentious meeting

Divest resolution passes student senate, executive branch vetoes
By Ethan Simmons , Senior Reporter February 17, 2020

Hundreds of students attended Illinois Student Government’s...

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Champaign places No. 50 of 100 cities for sexually transmitted diseases

Champaign places No. 50 of 100 cities for sexually transmitted diseases

By Luis Velazquez, Staff Writer January 23, 2020

Ranking 100 cities in the United States that have high...

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Urbana continues efforts to rebuild area after tornado early this year

Urbana continues efforts to rebuild area after tornado early this year

By Aliza Majid , Contributing Writer October 14, 2019

Earlier this year, Champaign-Urbana was hit with a...

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Quantum Information Science emerges in Universitys physics department

Quantum Information Science emerges in University’s physics department

By Molly Nguyen, Technograph Writer March 7, 2019

Quantum Information Science, or QIS, may not be present...

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The EnterpriseWorks incubator provides support for startups at the University. It strives to create a community that welcomes people and encourages them to make use of the resources it provides.

University incubator promotes startups

By Vishesh Anand, Senior Reporter January 31, 2019

Established in 2003, EnterpriseWorks is an incubator...

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University student develops handheld body composition tracker

University student develops handheld body composition tracker

By Arden Youn, Staff Writer April 26, 2018

It will soon be easier to track body mass at home,...

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