Father Says U Of I Student's Death Was Tragic Accident Unrelated To St. Patrick's PartyThe coroner says Jonathan Morales, who was from Franklin Park, died from injuries caused by falling from a fourth-floor apartment balcony. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
U. of I.'s Chancellor Wants To Put An End To 'Unoffical'A student died on one of the biggest party days on campus and the university's chancellor says he wants to put an end to the celebration.
U Of I Has Spate Of Reported Sexual AssaultsPolice sent out alerts after the first three incidents, but none for the two reported this past weekend.
Cancer Therapy Shows Promise In Dogs, Human Patients Could Be NextPAC-1 has shown promising results in animals, but it's also part of a human clinical study with promising results at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Illinois Overpowers Central Michigan 92-73Tracy Abrams proved that he was back to top shape — or even better — when he scored a career-high 31 points and led Illinois in a 92-73 drubbing of Central Michigan on Saturday afternoon.
U OF I Dial-A-Carol Enters Its 56th YearDial-A-Carol enters its 56 year, starting at midnight Thursday, Dec. 8th. People can call in and request any holiday tune and it will be sung live by students over the phone.
Study Finds Making PreCheck Free Could Save TSA MillionsA new study by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign claims the government should pay for frequent fliers to join the PreCheck program, because it will actually save the TSA money.
Illinois, Hill Roll Past Southeast Missouri In Opener, 81-62Malcolm Hill had 21 points and eight rebounds.
U Of I To Ask State Leaders For Stable Funding Plan, In Exchange For Tuition ControlsFor months, Timothy Killeen has informally discussed the idea as a way to provide financial stability for the university amid the state's budget crisis.
One Dead After Shooting, Fight At U. of I. PartyOne person was fatally shot and several others wounded during a fight at a campus party at the University of Illinois, according to several media reports.
University Of Illinois To Research How To Secure Nation's Power GridThe University of Illinois has received nearly $19 million from the federal government to study threats to the nation’s power grid and come up with ways to survive an attack.
U Of I Moves Forward With Plan To Establish A MascotChief Illiniwek had long been identified as the U of I’s main symbol, but opposition mounted over years based on concerns the icon was racially insensitive.

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