If there was ever a time to give until it hurts, 2020 is the year.
Ameena analyzes the data surrounding SROs in Urbana schools, and provides commentary about how the Board of Education needs to refocus on students.
Durl breaks down some data about pedestrian stops in Urbana, and how it compares to the rest of the state.
Rosemary has a few things to say about the state of bars and restaurants, and how patrons should navigate them with kindness.
A group of U of I student organizers present a letter as a part of an ongoing campaign demanding the divestment from university and local police.
Zink takes a closer look at businesses in Campustown, and how the pandemic has affected their existence.
Urbana Mayor Diane Marlin gives her thoughts on the discussion of traffic stop disparities.
Police street behavior, a root cause of traffic stop disparities, must radically change.
Howard Schein of Urbana Park District's Advisory Committee weighs in on the harvest of the geese at Crystal Lake Park.
We hear from a member of Friends of the Urbana Geese about Urbana Park District's forthcoming geese harvest.
Joan M. Dixon responds to the February 20th editorial.
Facing a controversial decision to significantly increase the police presence in Urbana Schools, there exists a need for more stakeholder input.
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