The news that public schools in Champaign and Urbana would begin the year remotely was a relief. Now, it is time to better prepare for an uncertain future where any indoor activities could be dangerous to public health.
If there was ever a time to give until it hurts, 2020 is the year.
Ameena analyzes the data surrounding SROs in Urbana schools, and provides commentary about how the Board of Education needs to refocus on students.
National calls for racial and social justice coupled with the Washington Football Team dropping its racist mascot and logo make this right time for the University of Illinois to finally cut ties with its former racist mascot.
Durl breaks down some data about pedestrian stops in Urbana, and how it compares to the rest of the state.
Rosemary has a few things to say about the state of bars and restaurants, and how patrons should navigate them with kindness.
A group of U of I student organizers present a letter as a part of an ongoing campaign demanding the divestment from university and local police.
Zink takes a closer look at businesses in Campustown, and how the pandemic has affected their existence.
We unpack the Thin Blue Line emblem.
The time is now for our school districts to make the courageous decision to let our teachers and Public Health Department guide their program for fall semester.
The 2020 census is underway. It’s critical that you are counted.
Greek Reunion weekend is a threat to everyone's health.
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