By J. Mark Nolan and Andy Quarnstrom
As members of the Friends of Champaign Schools, we are proponents of providing all children in this community the very best opportunities for success.
By Laurie Reynolds
On April 7, voters of the Unit 4 school district will be asked to approve a $144 million bond for school construction. Though I am a staunch supporter of public schools and happy to pay more taxes to support them, I will reluctantly vote no.
By Krista Vance
Who knew I would have choices? I certainly didn't. I thought it would be as simple as one size fits all. I was wrong. There's no mystery why underwear comes in different sizes and the same applies to Depends.
By Michael H. LeRoy
Who hires professors? Almost always, an academic unit recommends a hire and the board of trustees makes the hiring official. A recent UIUC Senate resolution seeks to remove this power from the board of trustees.
By Edward A. Kolodziej
Facts should be kept in mind to arrive at an informed opinion about the prospect of an agreement limiting Iran's capacity to produce enough enriched uranium to produce a nuclear bomb.
By David Eisenman
The bad news: If your streetlight's out, it's likely to stay out until you report it — especially if you live in Champaign.
The good news: When you call, you are likely to get quick service. Better than I got.
HOW COME ... bed sheets are almost always sold in sets when every fool knows that sheets don't wear out in sets. A bottom sheet gets more wear and tear than a top sheet; yet it's hard to find a single top or bottom sheet, and if you do, you'll be charged 50 percent more than if you buy a set?