blog postsFound in TranslationJun 15, 2021 9:45 am0 views How the University of Illinois and the local Q’anjob’al-speaking Mayan community are discovering ways to communicate.Alumnus Mort NathanApr 28, 2021 10:45 am38 views Mort Nathan (MEDIA '75), executive writer and producer of The Golden Girls, was kind enough to answer a fangirl's questions about the iconic show.Visiting a burn zone with undergrad Andy SimaApr 7, 2021 3:30 pm0 views Andy Sima (LAS '21) takes us to a burn zone in New Mexico, scarred land created by the 2019 Ute Park Wildfire.Choreographing an illusion of intimacy, passion on stageFeb 16, 2021 1:45 pm0 views Jessica Steinrock and Zev Steinrock help actors on stage and screen perform authentically, safely, and with consent.Land of Wonderous ColdJan 11, 2021 11:30 am9 views In his newest book of environmental history, English professor Gillen D’Arcy Wood explores the race to Antarctica, the continent’s influence on climate change, and. . . Alice in Wonderland.In Training: Illini Service DogsNov 16, 2020 3:00 pm5 views Founded by Bridget Evans (AHS '13), Illini Service Dogs is one of campus' most beloved student groups.Delivering the voteOct 19, 2020 10:00 am2 views How the Civil War shaped mail-in voting today: It was complicated then, and it's complicated now.Flipping the Focus: Campus photographer Fred ZwickyOct 7, 2020 11:00 am48 views A photographer’s magical power is to freeze time. 'As life passes us by in a blur, I think the still image gives us just enough time to process that individual moment in isolation. An effective photograph coalesces how that scene makes us feel...'Innovation acceleratedSep 14, 2020 2:30 pm0 views How Grainger engineers—and medical professionals, manufacturing experts, animal scientists, and designers from around Champaign-Urbana—brought a COVID-stricken world an emergency ventilator in less than two weeks.Mosaic and margaritas at the Center of the UniverseSep 1, 2020 4:00 pm13 views Colleen Bushell remembers when she, Marc Andreessen, and Eric Bina began to grasp the enormity of their creation of Mosaic (world's first graphical web browser) while sipping on a cocktail in Philo, Illinois.Sharing the beauty and wonder of physicsJul 13, 2020 2:00 pm2 views Her work in experimental physics may sound out of reach for many of us, but it is exactly that notion that Nadya Mason works hard to dispel.Pinball WizardMay 21, 2020 11:30 am7 views Gies Business alum Zach Sharpe is one of pinball’s most celebrated players. He now lends his expertise to one of the world’s largest pinball manufacturers in the world, Chicago-based Stern Pinball.Robert Allerton: A beautiful legacyMay 4, 2020 3:15 pm3 views Philanthropist Robert Allerton traveled the world, immersing himself in the art of different cultures. His generous spirit enriched Chicago’s Art Institute as well as Illinois’ Allerton Park & Retreat Center.A Lifetime in Letters: Ebert's correspondence with his Illinois mentorApr 13, 2020 11:15 am14 views Once Roger Ebert graduated from Illinois, the letters began to flow. His correspondence with his mentor, Professor Dan Curley, chronicle inside jokes, career frustrations, and the shared sensibilities of two writers.Farming in the Windy CityApr 1, 2020 11:00 am0 views From rooftops to abandoned lots, urban gardening in Chicago is thriving.Chicago's Superdawg family is an Illini familyFeb 10, 2020 3:30 pm26 views Steffie Drucker, granddaughter of Superdawg's founders, reflects on the family legacy.The power of her pen: Chicago Tribune theater critic Claudia CassidyDec 17, 2019 9:15 am236 views She was called a queen. She was called a viper. Whichever side you were on, Claudia Cassidy's power in Chicago was indisputable.Three hidden spots on campus where glass takes center stageOct 21, 2019 2:30 pm5 views Windows in the Library's Reading Room represent printers whose early forays into book publishing helped expand the reach of knowledge. Our Rare Book Library holds copies of early works printed by each printers’ mark represented. Recreating Apple PandowdyOct 1, 2019 10:45 am19 views We dusted off an old recipe found in the university library and asked the Bevier Café to bring it back to life.Lessons in leisureSep 17, 2019 10:45 am4 views Every spring, a class of Illini embark on a tour filled with more than twenty excursions in less than two weeks’ time.Science on the insideAug 22, 2019 10:45 am1 views How neuroscience graduate students are bringing science education to youth behind bars.Gene and the honey beeAug 6, 2019 2:30 pm1 views Gene Robinson, who now directs the Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology, got his start with the honey bee well before 'genomics' existed as a field.Illinois Curiosities: AudioJun 5, 2019 10:00 am1 views Illinois' curiosities are displayed in museums and glass cabinets, tucked safely in boxes and drawers This audio edition of curiosities explores not only what we can see but also what we can hear.New from Storied!Apr 25, 2019 12:00 pm1 views Green Street: Visualizing 100 years as "the heart of campustown"Curious Encounters with the Natural WorldApr 22, 2019 11:15 am0 views 'We are not photographic trophy hunters, seeking to make each and every image that perfect portrait, but biologists who seek to capture the little windows of time that show nature as it is.'Saving the penguins of PeruFeb 21, 2019 9:30 am2 views By combining fieldwork in Peru with their expertise caring for Humboldt penguins at the Brookfield Zoo, two Illinois grads are among those hoping to turn the tide for these endangered animals.Alumnus Fazlur Khan: Raising the SkylineFeb 5, 2019 1:45 pm5 views Fazlur Khan revolutionized city skylines with his innovative engineering—starting in Chicago. To this day, most skyscrapers built after the 1960s employ Fazlur’s structural techniquesAlumnus Nate Azark: Drawn to the CityJan 14, 2019 11:15 am4 views Nate Azark owns of 12 Line Studio, which does design work for national brands and local startups. His distinctive style has also been featured on concert posters and album coversAlumnus making a difference with Obama FoundationNov 26, 2018 4:30 pm6 views As chief of civic engagement for the Obama Foundation, Michael has returned to the city he loves, to do the work that he loves.Weathering the StormsNov 5, 2018 2:30 pm1 views How one team of Illinois researchers is addressing urban flooding.