Nicole reflects on the current migration crisis and its impacts on children far from the Southern U.S. border.
Andrew reminds us that C-U is a pretty great place to live.
Inspired by the chatter about the future of Lincoln Square Mall, we consider another aspect of the complex: the parking lots.
Ben examines the deterioration of discourse from the Illini Republicans.
Nicole thinks about school violence through the lens of Childish Gambino's blockbuster music video "This Is America," and offers key questions that might help us reduce youth-involved violence across Champaign-Urbana this summer.
With Spark closing and the Orpheum looking ahead to the next 25 years, we ponder the possibility of a truly great children's museum.
We hear of ICE in big cities, but in C-U, immigration arrested two men at Siam Terrace on Main Street in downtown Urbana, a supposed "Sanctuary City."
We think Champaign-Urbana needs better public art.
Nicole surveyed UIUC alums and leaders in the Champaign-Urbana community to learn how Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s death and legacy informs their personal and professional lives today.
Nicole drops by the 15th screening of Racial Taboo at First Mennonite Church in Urbana to reflect on the the film's continued relevance for Champaign County.
With Illini Division I hockey seeming more feasible by the day, we have to ponder: Is this what we need? Or is it what we want?
In the third of three installments, Ben Chapman interviews Jon Rector, candidate for county clerk, to get Rector's view on the county clerk's responsibilities and how he plans to address the voting accessibility and integrity issues of the day.
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