Parking continues to be a polarizing discussion when talking about changing city centers. Why? Let's talk about it.
How do we talk about poverty in C-U?
Our community newspaper published rationale and "changes" that are coming to publishing mug shots, and it falls flat.
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Inspired by the chatter about the future of Lincoln Square Mall, we consider another aspect of the complex: the parking lots.
With Spark closing and the Orpheum looking ahead to the next 25 years, we ponder the possibility of a truly great children's museum.
We think Champaign-Urbana needs better public art.
With Illini Division I hockey seeming more feasible by the day, we have to ponder: Is this what we need? Or is it what we want?
This is the longest strike in the organization's history, and it likely represents the entire future of the University of Illinois and how it treats academics versus financial gain.
History is an important part of our community, but it's time to let the Unit 4 School District proceed with their proposed plan for Central High School and let the Burnham Mansion go.
Eleven years removed from the “retirement,” the University and the surrounding communities are still embattled in this Chief-no Chief controversy. What is the University’s responsibility?
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