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  • 8/27/2015Steve Witmer, News Editor writer Steve Witmer, News Editor by Steve Witmer, News Editor published by Steve Witmer, News Editor
    One hundred forty-one freshmen and sophomores at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have been designated Chancellor’s Scholars, chosen for their academic excellence and leadership potential, in the Campus Honors Program this fall.
  • 8/25/2015Menah Pratt-Clarke, Associate Chancellor and Associate Provost for Diversity writer Menah Pratt-Clarke, Associate Chancellor and Associate Provost for Diversity by Menah Pratt-Clarke, Associate Chancellor and Associate Provost for Diversity published by Menah Pratt-Clarke, Associate Chancellor and Associate Provost for Diversity
    The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is launching a campaign to increase awareness of the resources available at the University and in the Champaign-Urbana community for everyone affected by sexual violence.
  • 8/25/2015Steve Witmer, News Bureau writer Steve Witmer, News Bureau by Steve Witmer, News Bureau published by Steve Witmer, News Bureau
    Dean’s List and Bronze Tablet honorees and graduates for the spring 2015 semester have been announced by the University of Illinois.
  • 8/24/2015Jodi Heckel, Arts and Humanities Editor writer Jodi Heckel, Arts and Humanities Editor by Jodi Heckel, Arts and Humanities Editor published by Jodi Heckel, Arts and Humanities Editor
    If repairing an electronic device yourself sounds prohibitively complex and you aren’t sure where to start, help will soon be available on the University of Illinois campus. The Illini Gadget Garage will open this semester. It will be a place for collaborative repair, modeled after the Campus Bike Center, only for electronics.
  • 8/20/2015Jodi Heckel, Arts and Humanities Editor writer Jodi Heckel, Arts and Humanities Editor by Jodi Heckel, Arts and Humanities Editor published by Jodi Heckel, Arts and Humanities Editor
    Japan House will host its first Matsuri festival, celebrating Japanese culture, at the end of the month. The event is free and open to the public.