Armed with his camera, Rob heads to campus to find out where the cameras are, in case anyone wants to use them to enforce the law.
There is perfectly good legal defense over the case of the stolen signs, says Rob. But that might not jibe with the local anti-Chief population who wants more than a misdemeanor theft for this one.
Since C-U's State's Attorney is now valuing stolen objects based on what their parts cost, Smile Politely wonders which objects enterprising thieves might be able to snag and still avoid a felony.
The next time you think about your good fortune from living in a stable city during the recession, think a bit more about how and why we got here. It's not just the decent beers in downtown bars.
Dan enjoys the support of his community. But he is pretty sure that if he ever steps out of line, his neighbor will kick the shit out of him.
The Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2009 is coming down the pipe in the House. Tony Pomonis examines why we need it and need it now.
As Rob McColley continues to reflect on his ass-whooping two weeks ago, he's forced to come to one solid conclusion: in Urbana, party is everything.
Now that the election has wound down, Rob McColley laments another four years of the same kinds of nuisances, with things potentially getting worse.
It's hard to tell one Champaign school board candidate from another this year. But three of the seven will be voted into office tomorrow, where they will receive a lot of grief for their efforts.
Sidney Sheehan grew up in downtown Champaign and left for Chicago like so many of us do. Now she's back with a story to tell.
Springer wonders what may have been had he played nude volleyball instead of studying Kierkegaard.
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