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VOA: Some Universities Mandate Vaccines for Fall Students

More U.S. colleges and universities are announcing a return to in-person classes this fall, and some say they will mandate that students...

VOA: College Admissions Scandal Parent Released from Prison

The college admissions scandal that made headlines over the past two years came to a close this week as the last celebrity...

npr: Generation Unemployed: Another Class Of Graduates Faces Pandemic-Scarred Future

The job market is starting to roar back, but for anxious college seniors like Bao Ha, it's a different reality altogether.

AP: In AP survey, ADs raise worries about women’s college sports

To hear many of those in charge of Division I programs tell it, the state of play for women’s sports could get...

VOA: Code Yellow Has Student Quarantined in Qatar

My studies already disrupted by a 1,400 mile trip from Ethiopia, I heard my phone ping to tell me I’d be on...

VOA: Despite COVID, Unruly Crowds Persist During Spring Break

After thousands of students disregarded coronavirus health and safety guidelines last March to attend beach parties in Mexico, Florida and Texas, many...

NPR/Ipsos Poll: Nearly One-Third Of Parents May Stick With Remote Learning

One year after the coronavirus pandemic shuttered classrooms around the country and the world, U.S. parents are guardedly optimistic about the academic...

NPR: Empty Desks At U.N. Represent Millions Of Children Who Have Missed School In Pandemic

As President Biden pushes to get U.S. schools fully open soon, an art exhibit aims to help people visualize what it means...

AP: 6 Dr. Seuss books won’t be published for racist images

BOSTON (AP) — Six Dr. Seuss books — including “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street” and “If I...

NPR: California Offers $2 Billion Incentive In A Push For In-Person Learning

More California students may return to in-person learning after legislators promised $2 billion to public schools that return to campus before the...

NPR: New Morehouse College Program Encourages Black Men To Complete Unfinished Degrees

More than 2 million Black men who pursued a higher education never finished their degree, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The...

NPR: With One Move, Congress Could Lift Millions Of Children Out Of Poverty

The COVID-19 relief bill working its way through Congress is full of big ideas to help people. But there's one idea that's...

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Champaign Farmers Market

Neil & Washington Parking lot – Downtown THE 2021 SEASON KICKS OFF ON MAY 18!! We...

[Urbana] Garden with the Urbana Park District

Organic Gardens: Community Gardens In Meadowbrook Park Garden at the oldest local organic community gardens! Since 1975, the Meadowbrook...

[Champaign] 13 Thursdays in Campustown

Mark your calendars for 13 THURSDAYS in campustown, every Thursday from May 20 through August 12, presented by JSM Living. Explore campustown all...

Champaign Public Library, 200 W Green St – Downtown

STARTING MARCH 29, we are expanding hours and services. We will stay open evenings, offer meeting room reservations, and provide seating throughout...