Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Red-hunt Did Not Skip Urbana

By Chandler Davis Chandler Davis had to ply his trade in Canada, turning emeritus at the University of Toronto in 1992 after thirty years in the tenured ranks.  Nevertheless he was not forgottenby US colleagues, and was even elected Vice-President … Continue reading

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The People’s Struggle in El Salvador Continues

For twenty-two years I have been part of a local group engaged in a sister relationship with five impoverished settlements in the mountains of eastern El Salvador. The five settlements are called Calavera. Our local group is called Friends of … Continue reading

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UIUC Report on Hiring of James Kilgore

On Monday, November 10, the Friends of James Kilgore held a press conference outside the Henry Adminstration building on the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign campus. They encouraged the Board of Trustees, meeting this Thursday, to reinstate Dr. Kilgore. After a right-wing … Continue reading

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Nov. 15: WEFT Fundraiser

On Saturday November 15th, when the University of Illinois men’s football team meets the Iowa Hawkeyes, WEFT 90.1 will be hosting a fundraiser at the three Champaign Telephone Parking lots located at 1300 South Neil Street in Champaign. WEFT will … Continue reading

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