Count It: Immigrants

January 13, 2017 asianct 0

Between now and New Year’s, we’ll dive deep into new population estimate data from the U.S. Census Bureau. TODAY: With immigration talk so prevalent these days, we looked into the foreign-born populations of 65 area […]

Only Connect

November 14, 2016 asianct 0

If birds of a feather flock together, then there’s a good chance that, out of the thousands of freshmen from all over the world who join the University of Illinois family each fall semester, someone […]

Academy High sets tuition at $15,800 per year

October 13, 2016 asianct 0

CHAMPAIGN — Good grades aren’t all prospective students will need to be accepted into Champaign’s new, independent high school. Three days before Academy High’s application period opens for interested eighth- and ninth-graders, school officials unveiled […]

Time to Hunt For Pokémon!

August 11, 2016 asianct 0

Pokémon Go is a new sensation that now has millions of Americans chasing virtual cartoon characters around their homes, neighborhoods, public parks, and vacation spots.   Many, myself included, have grown up watching the Pokémon […]

On the Job: Patty Jones

August 10, 2016 asianct 0

  Patty Jones, the associate director for research at the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology. Photo by L. Brian Stauffer “You never know what path you’re going on,” said Patty Jones, the associate […]

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