Home Opinion

Opinion

CNN: Why this Woodward book is devastating to Trump

"Rage" may be Bob Woodward's most important book since "All the President's Men," in which he and Carl Bernstein laid out...

NPR: Coronavirus FAQs: What Are The New Dating Rules? And What About Hooking Up?

If you're wondering when it will be safe to date again — or how to do it — you're not alone.

Have we gone too far trashing politics?

It’s easy to despair the workings of American politics, especially in the midst of crisis or a contentious campaign. But politics itself...

BBC: Dame Diana Rigg: Avengers, Bond and Game of Thrones actress dies at 82

Actress Dame Diana Rigg, famous for roles including Emma Peel in TV series The Avengers and Olenna Tyrell in Game of Thrones,...

AP: Review: Novel ‘Monogamy’ explores unconditional love

“Monogamy,” by Sue Miller (HarperCollins) Even after reading all 338-plus pages of Sue Miller’s new novel, it’s hard to...

Naturalization application may take longer due to the budget shortage of USCIS

According to the US "World Journal" report, recently, the US Citizenship and Immigration Service pointed out that due to the problem of...

CNN: Even in the US, South Asians say caste has proved hard to escape

Sam Cornelius knew that something was amiss when his job performance review unexpectedly took a huge hit one year.

What’s different about recent athlete protests?

There’s nothing new about political protest in sports, but the recent athlete-led game boycotts or strikes following the shooting of Jacob Blake...

BBC: US election 2020: Guide to the presidential debates

US President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden will go head-to-head in three debates prior to the US election.

NPR: College Is Important. So Is Mental Health. Here’s How To Study Without Burning Out

You've signed up for classes, you've learned your way around the virtual course system — and now, you've got to make sure...

NPR: Welcome To Story Hour: 100 Favorite Books For Young Readers

It's been such a strange, lost summer. Camps and schools and activities have shut down during the pandemic, leaving kids and caregivers...

AP: VIRUS DIARY: She has her cake, but others can’t eat it, too

When my birthday rolled around in June, I had to face the fact that, thanks to COVID-19, I would not be having...

Anouncement

[Champagin] C-U PRIDEFEST Sep. 25-27

Pride Fest is going virtual! Stay apart but rise united with LGBTQ+ community. Uniting Pride of Champaign County will be offering a full schedule...

COV-Course: A Free, Non-credit Course Open to Illinois Alumni

A new University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign course, COV-Course: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Understanding the Pandemic, will offer a comprehensive, interdisciplinary understanding of...

Illinois enrollment remains above 50,000

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — The University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign’s 2020 enrollment is 52,331, surpassing last year’s record of 51,196, a status administration officials...

[Urbana] Take a Child Outside Week September 18 – 27

National Take a Child Outside Week begins September 18. The week encourages adults to take their children outside to explore and discover...