Midwinter may be at hand, but it’s anything but bleak. A crystal blue sky and the warm orange glow from Altgeld Hall Tower remind those who brave the evening’s chill
Alma Mater’s welcoming arms are ever open, even as the campus remains in flux due to the corona- virus pandemic. The 10,000-pound statue, created by sculptor Lorado Taft in 1929,
Spring at the U of I brings rebirth to campus, just as it welcomes new life to the University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Caring for the season’s onset of newborn
Traditions—both old and new, from near and far—define every celebration. Homecoming 2019 saw the inauguration of the University’s first Global Talent Show, highlighting music, dance and performances from diverse cultures.
Illini bask in the glow of enlightenment as UI’s Indian Student and Indian Graduate Student Associations celebrate Diwali—the festival of lights—on the Main Quad. An ancient and traditional holiday observed
Sounds of late summer fill the air as Illini gather for Quad Day, the day before classes begin. Today’s students use the day to explore activities and organizations with an
Holed up cramming for end-of-semester exams? Not these UI mechanical science and engineering students! The stakes are high as budding Illini engineers take to the Engineering Quad to compete in
The Illinois campus is home to many intriguing if seldom-seen little nooks and crannies, perhaps none more esoteric than the Oboe Reed-Making Lab in the basement of the Music Building.
Nothing signals the start of the Fall semester as much as the trees of Illini Grove changing from vibrant green to autumnal hues and the crunch of leaves underfoot. While
Call it circular reasoning, but the notion that round barns would boost milk productivity due to “economy of consideration, low maintenance and labor efficiency” prompted UI’s then-Dept. of Dairy Husbandry