In his latest Sketch Politely, Edwin takes a look at Illinois Basketball's new hire, Brad Underwood, and the daunting task that seems to hang over every new coach of a major Illini sport.
In the latest Sketch Politely, Edwin depicts a common scene which will make its way to Champaign-Urbana (particularly in Campustown) this Friday: Unofficial St. Patrick's Day.
In the latest Sketch Politely, Edwin illustrates some of the concerns of many in Champaign about Governor Rauner's commitment to public education.
In this week's Sketch Politely, Edwin takes a look at The News-Gazette, and how their silence on endorsing a presidential candidate speaks volumes.
Edwin bids farewell to one of Champaign-Urbana's most infamous structures, the doors at the University of Illinois' Undergrad Library
In this week's Sketch Politely, Edwin explores the choice of long-standing U of I bookstore T.I.S.to stop selling physical textbooks.
In the latest Sketch Politely, Edwin tackles the the Zika virus, which has captivaed global attention recently at the Olympics, and which has affected four dozen people in Illinois already.
Edwin combines Pokemon Go mania and a new tuition plan by University of Illinois President Tim Kileen for his latest Sketch Politely.
In this week's Sketch Politely, Edwin discusses the free-speech controversy that attracted a lot of attention to Champaign-Urbana earlier this week.
In this week's Sketch Politely, Edwin takes a comical look at the future after a University of Illinois request for more security cameras last week.
In this week's Sketch Politely, Edwin takes a look at House Speaker Michael Madigan's conscience.
In this week's Sketch Politely, Edwin looks at Illinois' newly-proposed tax on soft drinks, and whether it should be considered an issue of community health or of personal freedom.
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