The Rose Bowl Tavern got approval to license a City of Urbana parking lot for outdoor performances, and the Editorial Board thinks that’s a good thing.
How well are women represented in Champaign-Urbana?
There’s a lot happening globally, but what should be keeping an eye on locally?
In honor of Black History Month, we share ideas for how to celebrate Black joy in our community year-round.
Gail considers the rising global wave of antisemitism, and what it means for C-U.
Michael takes a deep dive into the conversation surrounding nuclear energy at the University of Illinois.
Opioid overdoses and deaths from overdose have increased over the past several years. We took a look at the resources available for those struggling with addiction.
Last week's storm dumped a foot of snow on C-U. Pedestrians are left facing treacherous walking conditions.
Champaign Unit 4 teachers have been working without a contract since June 2021. It’s time the Board of Education incorporates feedback from teachers to move forward with ensuring a safe and productive learning environment for both teachers and students.
Hospitals have been overwhelmed with unvaccinated COVID patients. In Champaign-Urbana, Carle’s response to the pandemic leaves local healthcare consumers left wondering whether profits and opportunism are driving their response to the pandemic.
The Editorial Board reflects on cancel culture, forgiveness, and searching for nuance in the wake of Meyers Leonard’s reappearance in headlines for his donation to the Ubben Basketball project.
The City of Champaign plans to spend $6.2 million on gun violence prevention over the next two years. Here is what we think about their proposed plan.
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