Category Archives: 4-H Illini Summer Academy

A Shared University

Photo by Matt Degeneffe

School is out and the birds are chirping, so is there any reason for students to stay on campus during this time? As you walk around The University of Illinois you will notice all of the wildlife and natural beauty. They will also see many college students walking about. But why is that? Continue reading

Environment H.A.P.N.S. at the U of I by MyKeisha Wells

The University of Illinois (U of I) establishes several environmental aspects that attain a beautified campus, in which everyone can benefit.

Humanity 

As one walks on the U of I campus – predominantly during the summer time, it is noticable how the smiles, laughter, and vibe naturally bounce from person to person. There are students jogging, riding bikes, reading books, laying in the grass and professors engaging in light conversation with one another. This ultimately enables visitors to see and feel the humanity and compassion throughout the campus, which is appreciated.

Two gentlemen enjoying the weather on campus. Photo by MyKeisha wells

 

Photo by MyKeisha Wells

(Kelly Stauskin speaks of her experience on the environment of the campus- “every staff member and every professor that we’ve talked to have been super gracious and nice..”)

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The History That Remains…- Kaitlin Udelhofen

Photo by Kaitlin Udelhofen

For over a century, University of Illinois Urbana – Champaign has been feeding the minds of college students and helping further their careers. There are many memories that remain on the campus. One of those memories is over one hundred years old! This year marks 150 years for one of the biggest Universities in Illinois…which means there’s been a lot of years to evolve from just one small building. A professor also noted that the university started agriculturally based. Listen   
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