In Saturday's News-Gazette, the Alma Mater is in worse shape than thought, a shooting victim tries to cope a year later and the Illini prepare to play Penn State in football.
In Friday's paper, we'll have stories about a strike authorization vote by Champaign teachers, a grant for nuclear research at the University of Illinois and no respect for Big Ten football.
In Wednesday's newspaper, we'll have stories about declining higher ed support, big spending in a local Congressional race and a big gift for Parkland.
Julie Wurth reports that Illinois has made another dubious top 10 list, ranking fourth nationally in a study that examined the steep decline in state support for America’s top public research universities.
In Tuesday's paper, we ask some cosmic questions, visit with a former troubled student who is now a Marine and look at the next Illini football foe — a team that plays at a rapid-fire pace.
In Friday's newspaper, we'll have stories about a larger UI budget, work on South Fourth Street and a proclamation by sports columnist Loren Tate.
In Thursday's newspaper, we're reporting on an apartment project in Urbana, how the University of Illinois fared in national rankings and a hot summer that wasn't that hot after all.
In Wednesday's paper, we'll look at record UI enrollment, a Habitat blitz build in Danville and what's at stake in the Champaign mayor's appointment of a housing authority commissioner.
In Tuesday's newspaper, we're planning stories about a Champaign teachers' picket, a local company part of a national fitness program, and in Sports, an Illini communications breakdown.