Anti-Asian violence and rhetoric has increased exponentially during the pandemic, but it is not new in this country, or in our community.
With uncertainty surrounding this year’s Unofficial festivities, we ponder what the future might hold for this polarizing event.
Samuel Dotson, a graduate student in nuclear engineering, responds to a recent op-ed regarding a proposed nuclear microreactor on the University of Illinois campus.
Gina Cassidy explains why a nuclear microreactor on the U of I campus is a bad idea.
Susan discusses why the former Col. Wolfe School at 4th and Healey in Champaign deserves to be saved.
Zink takes a closer look at businesses in Campustown, and how the pandemic has affected their existence.
White nationalism has morphed from an attitude to a violent ideology. The threat exists in Champaign-Urbana and we need to work together to thwart it.
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.
Ben examines the deterioration of discourse from the Illini Republicans.
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.
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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