Champaign Central Chronicle

Issue # 3 - November 23, 2021

Thanksgiving Special!

To celebrate Thanksgiving, we bring you a section dedicated to celebrating and learning about traditions and thankfulness as we head into the holiday season.

Mental Health Days

As a way to help struggling students, Governor Pritzker signed a bill to allow students up to 5 mental health days per year, beginning in January of 2022. The bill dictates that students will not need to have a note from a doctor and will also have the chance to make up any work missed.

The Story Of Black Friday

A true monument to American capitalism, Black Friday is a widely anticipated day for shoppers. Along with its sibling Cyber Monday, it is characterized by frantic crowds, near-death trampling, and incredible deals. The history of Black Friday, however, dates back farther than the use for stores to get “in the black” and profit financially.

Chapter 4 of Julia Hopkins’s Serialized Novel:

Lady in Waiting

The Chronicle is proud to present the third chapter of sophomore Julia Hopkins’s serial novel, Lady in Waiting.

A serial novel is a work of fiction that is published in sequential pieces called “installments”. This is how Charles Dickens (Great Expectations), Arthur Conan Doyle (Sherlock Holmes stories), and Willa Cather (The Woman in White), published some of their most famous works.

If you’ve been reading along with us, jump back into Chapter 4! If you are new to this world, you can check out previous chapters in the Features Section.

Subbed Vs. Dubbed Anime

The controversy between the original subbed and dubbed versions in anime has been a huge factor of conflict within the anime world ever since non-Japanese cultures began to notice the industry.