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BBC: Coronavirus: How can society thrive post-pandemic?

As society looks to rebound from Covid-19, the ideas and resources we need to cope and succeed will look different than...

BBC: How China could shape the future of technology

One of the world’s fastest-growing apps, TikTok could usher in an era where Asia – not Silicon Valley – leads the...

NPR: OPINION: To Solve The Pandemic, Biden Must Focus On Equity

Ms. Chavez was barely sustaining her oxygen levels despite being on maximum support through the thick tubing in her nose. Two days...

NPR: Former President Obama Tells His Story His Way — And Makes His Case For History

In the spring of 2004, a young state legislator was driving home from a campaign event in rural Illinois when he got...

NPR: In ‘Wintering,’ Katherine May Encourages ‘The Active Acceptance Of Sadness’

As we head into what looks to be a cold, hard winter exacerbated by the coronovirus pandemic, British writer Katherine May offers...

CNN: Another winner in this presidential election: math

I saw you, John King, doing complicated math on CNN's famous interactive map. I saw you, Bill Weir, renowned CNN climate...

NPR: Are You Watching Your State Lawmaker Elections? Here’s Why You Should

When it comes to the presidency and the U.S. Senate, Democrats are largely playing offense. That's true further down the ballot, too,...

NPR: Andrew Marantz: What Happens When Fringe Conspiracy Theories Become Mainstream?

For the past few years, journalist Andrew Marantz has been embedded in the world of far-right extremists online. He explains how once-fringe...

CNN: Whether it’s President Trump or Biden, the fight for racial justice is crucial

This year has laid bare, for all the world to see, the depth and breadth of racial injustice in American society....

AP: Analysis: Racial inequity in who takes career, tech courses

Alphina Kamara wonders what might have happened if she’d been introduced to science and engineering careers at her high school in Wilmington,...

BBC:Why some people are cruel to others

Inflicting harm or pain on someone incapable of doing the same to you might seem intolerably cruel, but it happens more than...

VOA: Tackling Sickle Cell Disease in Africa

If we can screen a newborn to identify which child is born with sickle cell disease and implement very basic primary care,...

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[Urbana] Winter is Here – Fun Ways to Celebrate the Season With Your Dog

What do you do when there is snow outside and your dog needs exercise? Canine15.com offers some suggestions. There are lots of...

[Champaign] PSA: COVID-19 Vaccination Guide

Stay up-to-date with information on COVID-19 vaccinations in Champaign County. Visit the Champaign-Urbana Public Health District to learn about how the vaccine...

[Champaign] Restaurant Week 2021

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, our local restaurants need your support more than ever. In order to safely support our restaurants this winter,...

[Illinois] KRANNERT CENTER PRESENTES SCOTT SILVEN’S THE JOURNEY

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