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U. Illinois Archives Jun 19
In 1989, the mayors of and declared June 28 "Lesbian and Gay Pride Day" by issue of this mayoral proclamation.
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Gies Business Jun 14
to Foellinger Auditorium in 1910 and 2018. One hundred years later and still looking just as beautiful 😊
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Illinois Press Jun 13
from our first press director! found this gem when she was digging through the UIP archives!
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Gies Business Jun 12
Join the University of Illinois Bands and on Thursday, June 21 for the first of their Twilight Concerts 🎶 Learn more about this tradition that started back in 1911: .
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History at Illinois Jun 11
Our very first this summer is Donte Winslow. Donte is the Archival Processor for Research Center. Read more about his internship experience below!
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U. Illinois Archives Jun 7
Members of the Gay and Lesbian Illini student organization participate in the National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights, 1987. (RS 41/2/46 B.4)
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Consulate-Gen Japan Jun 5
Japanese university baseball teams came to schools like for friendly competitions and international community building through from 1911 through 1931 ⚾
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History at Illinois Jun 5
Read more about one of the most recognized names at and in Agriculture: George E. Morrow! Most of us know the name, but do we know his story? 🌽 Written by our very own undergrad History student, Jensen Rehn
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U. Illinois Archives Jun 1
107 years ago, the 1st of many Japanese teams came to to play ! Learn more on our blog:
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U. Illinois Archives May 31
As an student in the 1960s-70s, Vern Fein served as President of Students for a Democratic Society, worked for the underground newspaper "Walrus," and helped establish the Red Herring. Listen to his recently recorded oral history here:
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History at Illinois May 25
A little with this aerial view of the main quad, 1959 from ! Can you spot Greg Hall? 🔶🔷
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U. Illinois Archives May 25
The ACM-funded project "From Margin to Center: Reframing the History of Women in Computing and Information Technology through Oral Histories" allowed to record oral histories with women in CS & IT. Read more about the project:
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RailTEC at Illinois May 24
Professor Arthur N. Talbot inspects a section of railroad track in which GEO plates and fasteners are being tested, probably on the B&LE railroad in connection with his research with AREA Committee 5 ca. 1941. Courtesy of ()
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History at Illinois May 17
Our next is Mary McDonald! During her time at Illinois, she held an internship for the National Register of Historic Places, and this August, she will participating in the Disney College Program! 🎓
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U. Illinois Archives May 17
In 1927, alumna Margaret Bordner (English, class of 1932) purchased a flapper dress in Paris during a university class trip to Europe. Read about our recent acquisition to the Harold M. Osborn Papers on Storied "Curiosities"!
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U. Illinois Archives May 12
Congratulations, ! Commencement ceremonies on the quad, 1915. Explore more commencement images and programs through the Mapping History at the University of Illinois project:
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U. Illinois Archives May 11
Listen to alumni describe their experience as students during the Great Depression through the Oral History Portal:
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U. Illinois Archives May 11
Commencement ceremonies will be held tomorrow ! Explore images and programs from past commencement exercises in our new gallery:
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U. Illinois Archives May 10
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U. Illinois Archives May 9
The Women in Computing and Information Technology Oral History Project includes oral history interviews with women faculty, alumnae, and students in the Department of Computer Science as well as IT professionals at .
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