Jay provides some thoughts on this discussion surrounding the Chief and thee next Chancellor.
Rob has a theory about the Jaylon Tate case. Specifically, he has a theory about its continued existence.
After reading Smile Politely, corporate monolith relents.
Kay recaps the salient points from this past Friday's Round Table on the state budget impasse.
Bait & switch: How the cable company blithely screws its customers.
Rob surveys the offerings of local Internet Service Providers.
Eric takes a look back at what 2015 offered up for local politics.
In which bureacracy fails, and city policy generates enmity toward — and fear of — its public servants.
Chris takes issue with those, including Jim Dey of The News-Gazette, who dismiss the idea of a need for Racial Justice Task Force in Champaign County following the County Boad's decision on Thursday.
In response to Dennis Kimme's piece in the News Gazette, Alex discusses tonight's vote to create a Racial Justice Task Force.
Chris dives deep into a mountain of data to reveal the racial disparity in Champaign-Urbana, and what steps we can take to fix it.
Matt welcomes University of Illinois students back with open arms, and questions the annoyed attitude that some in Champaign-Urbana have with the move-in fervor surrounding Campus this weekend.
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