Eleanor Black

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The Tampa Bay Times
01/29/2017
Romance Your Garden

A page I designed for the front page of Tampa Bay Times' HomeLink section.

The Tampa Bay Times
03/05/2017
An Ode to the Loquat

A page I designed for the front page of Tampa Bay Times' HomeLink section.

CU-CitizenAccess.org
05/28/2015
Agriculture community raises concerns on proposed state budget

The state budget for agricultural education is once again coming under the scythe. In June 2010, the Illinois State Board of Education adopted a budget that zeroed out the $3 million funding under Gov. Pat Quinn, but by August, Quinn announced he restored it to $1.9 million.

News-gazette
05/23/2015
Farm Bureau reaching out

Editor's note: CU-CitizenAccess operates under the Department of Journalism at the University of Illinois and focuses on local investigative reporting, with an emphasis on social, justice and economic issues. The project began with funding from the Marajen Stevick Foundation and the UI and a matching grant from the John S.

The Daily Illini
02/24/2014
Rosenberg wants better Springfield representation for C-U community

Although this is the first time 28-year-old Sam Rosenberg has run for public office, he has served the Champaign-Urbana community through his law career. After graduating from the University of Illinois' College of Law in 2010, he was offered a job by Julia Rietz, a former professor of his and the state's attorney for Champaign County.

The Daily Illini
02/24/2014
Ammons brings experience to the electoral ballot

As a current member of the Urbana City Council and former member of the Champaign County Board, Carol Ammons has spent six years in elected public service to the Champaign-Urbana community. Now running for representative of the 103rd district, she is looking to widen the scope of that community. ATEST

The Daily Illini
12/06/2013
Local food service workers rally for increase in minimum wage

Despite the cold, Champaign-Urbana community members stood outside the McDonald's, located at 1605 S. Neil St., carrying signs and chanting phrases such as, "Keep your burgers, keep your fries, make our wages supersized!" The rally was one of hundreds taking place Thursday in support of the "Fight for $15" movement.

The Daily Illini
09/01/2013
Durbin headlines at local immigration reform rally

A young man stood inside the gazebo of Champaign's West Side Park playing Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are A-Changin'" while community members held up signs proclaiming their support for immigration reform.

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