Screenshot of security video shows Ruby Rivera, accompanied by a second person, people vandalizing the outdoor menorah at the Illini Chabad Center for Jewish Life in Champaign
University of Illinois Campus Police
February 17, 2016

U Of I Softball Player Apologizes For Menorah Damage

Suspended University of Illinois softball player Ruby Rivera has apologized for damaging a menorah at an orthodox Jewish student center near the Urbana campus.


Fireman statue in West Side Park wearing one of Gretchen's scarves
Amanda Honigfort/WILL
November 27, 2015

Scarves For Champaign-Urbana’s Residents - And Statues

Scarves are showing up on statues around Champaign-Urbana with a message to take one if you need it. It’s the work of Gretchen Warner. She wanted to find a way to help people stay warm this winter, so she started crocheting. 


John's seal on the cover of Magna Carta: The Birth Of Liberty
Viking Press
October 27, 2015

So You Think You Know The Magna Carta…?

This year, the Magna Carta will turn 800 years old. The document, literally “Great Charter” when translated from Latin, is revered as the founding document of western democracy. Its language is found in many later key political documents including the US constitution and the Bill of Rights. But when Dan Jones dug into its history he found a very different story than we assume. Illinois Public Media's Amanda Honigfort talked with Jones about what he found. 


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