As the University of Illinois continues to struggle to recover from a severe financial crisis, the Illini Union Bookstore, located at 2333 University Ave., is being lauded as one of the best union bookstores in the country.
The union bookstore is also home to several national chains, including Barnes & Noble, Target, and the Chicago-based B&N.
The bookstore has been on the brink of closing its doors for several months, but it has finally reopened.
The bookstore was closed for over a year, and was forced to shutter after the Illinois legislature passed a bill that allowed the university to close the bookstore.
The law requires the university, for good cause, to close its bookstores within 60 days of a student-led petition to shut it down.
The university is expected to begin accepting donations on Monday, April 20.
In order to secure donations, the library and the Illinis bookstore have partnered with a local nonprofit organization called the Illinois Association for Booksellers, or IAB Bookstore.
The organization has been providing food, clothing, and other services to students and faculty during the shutdown.
According to the Illinois Union Bookseller Association, the nonprofit group is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
This means it can legally accept donations from anyone, including corporations.
The group also has a policy that it will not accept donations in any form from private individuals.
However, since the IAB’s mission is to assist the students of the University, the group has been accepting donations from people who are affiliated with the university.
The Illinois Association For Booksellors said in a statement that donations made through the IACB Bookstore will be distributed to the school.
This is a historic day for the University.
We have had a long, long wait to reopen.
As we enter this new chapter, we are proud to be a part of a historic event that will bring new life to this wonderful institution.
The Illini and the IAA Bookstore are proud members of this vibrant community of independent bookstores.
Illinois has more than 70 independent booksellers.
According to the IBA Bookstore’s statement, they have received donations totaling $17,800 in the last three months.