Even though progress can be slow, change is possible.
For one hour on an unseasonably hot day, Emily did what many in the 13th Congressional District have only heard of in songs and legends: asked Congressman Rodney Davis policy questions, and he was obligated to respond.
Parking continues to be a polarizing discussion when talking about changing city centers. Why? Let's talk about it.
Nicole reflects on her Ebertfest experiences and shares some concerns about the relationship between Ebertfest and Champaign-Urbana communities.
Read City of Urbana Mayor Diane Wolfe Marlin's response to the discussion of poverty in C-U in this Op-Ed.
How do we talk about poverty in C-U?
Nicole ponders the questions that she would pose to school board candidates for the upcoming 2019 school board elections in Champaign and Urbana.
Cameron has some thoughts about Rodney's recent comments about the government shutdown.
Our community newspaper published rationale and "changes" that are coming to publishing mug shots, and it falls flat.
Not everything in C-U is great.
Nicole reflects on her poll monitoring experiences during early voting for the 2018 midterm, and offers voters advice on navigating polling place challenges in Champaign County.
The best scenario for our body politic moving forward is more women, more people of color, more LGBTQ+ faces and voices to balance our communities. Publisher Seth Fein believes Aaron Ammons for County Clerk pushes that forward.
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