First lady Jill Biden and U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona visited Sauk Valley Community College in Dixon on Monday to discuss how the American Rescue Plan will support higher education in Illinois.
The Illinois Department of Public Health announced Friday that the Orr Building's mass vaccination site, as well as 18 other sites across the state, would participate in "College Vaccination Days," designed to help community college and university students receive a COVID-19 vaccine before the school year ends.
At the start of April, the group of Illinois residents with the highest coronavirus case count were those in their 20s. Over the past month, cases among those ages 18-24 have doubled, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health.
The embryonic material is too small for a determination to be made on site whether it's animal or human in nature.
Dozens of Americans are rolling up their sleeves for a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine — this time, shots tweaked to guard against a worrisome mutated version of the virus.
The University of Notre Dame will require all students to receive COVID-19 vaccinations in order to enroll in classes next school year.
Illinois college students are next in line to receive the COVID-19 vaccine after dozens of county health departments, outside of Chicago and Cook County, broadened eligibility Monday to all residents over 16.
For at least six months, officials in Moline have been pursuing the possibility of bringing a University of Illinois school of engineering to riverfront land that will become available as the old I-74 bridge is demolished.
Young Asian Americans across Illinois are consumed by concerns for their older, more vulnerable relatives. They say they’ve lived with this anxiety for years, but anti-Asian violence is only now gaining mainstream attention.
Iowa State University plans to review its policies and procedures for 55 school sports clubs following the drowning of two members of the student crew club at the weekend, the school said.
The Black Student Union at Millikin University provides African-American students and faculty with a sense of community.
The procession will begin at the conclusion of the private service and first responder walk-through, which is set to begin at 10 a.m. Thursday at Mount Zion Intermediate School, 310 S. Henderson St.