Education Justice Project students Shawn Llewellyn Ross and Otilio E. Rosas weigh in on commemoration and slow communication.
In conjunction with the Education Justice Project, we're publishing some op-eds written by Chittakone Bangsengthong and Samuel Santiago, who weigh in on the value of mindfulness and education.
Mathew makes a plea for consumer harmony. (It's worth a try, right?)
In conjunction with the Education Justice Project in Danville, we're publishing some op-eds written by Shaun Wilkes and Luis Saucedo, as they weigh in on current politics.
New rules for implementing Illinois’ grace period voting could interfere with citizens trying to vote on Tuesday.
The Illini Media Company is a local institution worth saving, but we are less-than-impressed with many of its current attempts to secure funding.
Andrew says that love is an untapped resource that needs to be privatized. And he knows that Mitt Romney is just the man to do it.
Dylan recounts his casual walk home being held up at gunpoint on a seemingly mundane Tuesday night in Urbana.
Literary critic and journalist Christopher Hitchens has died at the age of 62. Andrew Voris recaps his run-in with Hitchens back in 2007. God, whiskey and war ensues.
A heartfelt letter too important not to publish, local writer and teacher Safiya Umoja Noble tells the Urbana Business Association straight up — this type of thing simply won't wash.
Local educators Ellen Dahlke and Becca Woodard discuss how you can help curb the impact of federal belt tightening on local public schools.
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