The U of I Graduate Employees’ Organization has been in negotiations with university administration, and will continue to exercise its right to labor action until a contract that truly serves graduate workers is reached.
Gail considers the rising global wave of antisemitism, and what it means for C-U.
Last week's storm dumped a foot of snow on C-U. Pedestrians are left facing treacherous walking conditions.
Hospitals have been overwhelmed with unvaccinated COVID patients. In Champaign-Urbana, Carle’s response to the pandemic leaves local healthcare consumers left wondering whether profits and opportunism are driving their response to the pandemic.
Prairielands Council is planning to remove commercially viable trees from Camp Robert Drake, which will ecologically disrupt the natural area.
Clair Irwin, founder of the Illinois chapter of #Insulin4All, wants to see more focus on making insulin accessible for all, rather than finding a cure for Type 1 diabetes.
Gender diverse individuals in Champaign-Urbana have a difficult time finding adequate and affirming healthcare services.
Mahomet-Seymour CUSD #3's response — or lack thereof — to the targeted bullying and harassment of LGBTQ+ students isn't enough.
Wassim spoke with Joshua Kaufmann, senior executive director at Teach Plus Illinois, about pathways to more diverse teachers in public schools.
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?
Leo Morris' recent op-ed in the Ford County Record was“sensational journalism” in its most outdated, tacky, and racist form.
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