The Editorial Board takes a look at our wishlist for 2022. Did our wishes come true?
The Editorial Board reflects on the thwarted “red tsunami,” and other takeaways from the 2022 midterm elections.
The Editorial Board is revisiting last year’s suggestions. A little bit of help goes a long way.
A U of I pilot program is giving $750 a month to ten families with school-aged children who have experienced homelessness.
At the 2022 Basketball Big Ten Media Days, Rob learned that the conference expects its members to connect with their communities’ charitable organizations, whether it’s volunteering at Habitat for Humanity, or raising awareness and funding to combat disease.
The Editorial Board takes a look at the mixed bag that is the University of Illinois’ recent Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Accessibility initiatives.
Instead of promoting the city, invest the time and energy in improving it.
While it’s probably no surprise that the Editorial Board is voting exclusively for Democrats this midterm election, the Board still offers some reasoning behind their choices.
The Editorial Board daydreams about the possibility of turning the Country Fair Shopping Center from a 33-acre wasteland into a vibrant destination for tourists and locals alike.
Two violence prevention measures implemented by the City of Champaign this year have been in the news recently. We take a closer look.
Fall in Champaign-Urbana is the best. The Editorial Board breaks it down.
The City of Champaign Township wants to open a low-barrier homeless shelter for men and women and we think that’s pretty great.
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