The field of K-12 education primarily consists of white women. In order to achieve diversity in public schools, we need more diverse education students.
In the absence of teachers of color, what are small and rural districts doing to address social justice issues and teach diverse perspectives?
Most of C-U's public school teachers are white, but many students are not. What are the implications for the few teachers of color?
Tuesday is Election Day in Urbana. Here's what the candidates said about solving neighborhood problems.
Gina Cassidy explains why a nuclear microreactor on the U of I campus is a bad idea.
As the nation struggles in the aftermath of the killing of George Floyd, Nicole offers some suggestions for expanding civic engagement across Champaign County.
On day one of Phase 3 of Illinois' reopening, Nicole ventures out to one of our local parks and asks for more care and consideration for people of color in public spaces.
Yes, I’ve been whining. But everyone else is whining too. In lieu of therapy, I search for rainbows dressed in Unibomber gear – face mask, sunglasses and hoodie.
What changes do we want to make in C-U?
One in four diabetics must ration their insulin due to cost. Illinois #insulin4all advocates and state legislators are trying to fix that.
Nicole reflects on her Ebertfest experiences and shares some concerns about the relationship between Ebertfest and Champaign-Urbana communities.
How do we talk about poverty in C-U?
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