The daily, free paper run by Illini Media and available at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The DI is notoriously known for its democratic and pro-Palestine bias, and can be referred to as the "Democratic Illini." Most students read it simply to see the Opinion's columns and because it's free. The DI is often called a "cut and paste" newspaper because plenty of its front page coverage is AP articles. It offers, however, great coverage of the Urbana-Champaign area.
I picked up the Daily Illini to read the article on John Kerry being the modern equivalent of John F. Kennedy.