Who’s a Tree Hugger? The Environmental Stances of Illinois 2018 Primary Candidates

In case you missed the campaign ads all over social media and cable TV, the Illinois primary election is happening tomorrow (March 20th). Although the state primaries are not as glamorous as something like the presidential election, they are just as important when it comes to making an impact on your community. Here you will […]

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50 Years of Love and Light

  On a campus with over 40,000 people, it is easy to feel isolated, especially when one is new to the area. When I first came to the university, one of my greatest concerns was the potential isolation I would face because of my choice to practice a vegan diet. Because practicing veganism is so […]

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Intern Spotlight: Meet Victoria

Victoria Wallace ‘18 is an intern for Illinois PIRG (Public Interest Research Groups) and Environment Illinois. She worked with a Campaign Organizer, Lianne May, on a national campaign to get colleges to commit to 100% renewable energy in college campuses. Campuses are the perfect places for implementing renewable sources of energy such as wind, solar, […]

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