Urbana residents will be asked to consider an increase in the Township levy on their ballots. Voting yes is the obvious choice.
As community members, it is our role to support those that are employed to promote and perpetuate value of Champaign County.
Traditional Halloween tricks and treats aren’t in order this year, but there are plenty of other ways to celebrate.
The time has come for the Champaign city council to start laying the groundwork for a new era that provides resources to artists and places emphasis on our most vital community contributors.
As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, C-U has to consider its unique position as a micro-urban community in a rural setting.
Outdoor spaces have become more important than ever. We need to take care of them with our dollars and our actions.
We need actionable change from leadership in this community in order to truly rebuild the broken trust.
The University of Illinois has saliva-based COVID tests, but what about the rest of Champaign County?
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.
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.
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.
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