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No Journalism on Campus Leaves Us with Fake News

by Jill White, faculty advisor            By now you may have heard that the administration has decided to shut down Moody’s campus newspaper for budgetary reasons, cutting staff salaries and re-directing elsewhere the $10-per-year student fees that

In the Stream: Your Guide for What to Watch Online

by Jill White, Faculty Advisor and Lucas Somma, Art and Culture Editor Anne with an E Netflix A beautifully shot adaptation of the Anne of Green Gables novels, this production brings a dark edge to the story of Anne

Illinois Gubernatorial Race Candidates

by Shelby Walden, correspondant  Election day is right around the corner, and Illinois is pulling out all of the stops in the gubernatorial election.  The candidates for the two major parties have each spent millions of

His Gentleness

by Natalie Revesz, correspondent Night dropped softly over the city, which was still bustling with the inertia of another summer day in July. I sat quietly in a strange dorm room, deliberating over the past school

Remembering John McCain

by Tirzah Walker, correspondent On Jan. 3, 1987, John Sidney McCain took office as U.S. Senator of Arizona. On Aug. 25, 2018, John Sidney McCain left that seat vacant after his death at the age of

Chicago Fun!

by McKayla Bane, copy editor Need a break from the craziness of school but don’t know where to go? Do you want to have fun but have no desire to spend lots of money? Read on

Facilities Summer Report

by Matt Connolly, nation and world editor This summer, while students were all over the world, facilities was back here on campus working diligently on multiple projects. Of course, you will soon see the beautiful walkway we

Ode to a New Student from an Old Room

by Nathaniel Moore, managing editor Well, it’s time for another semester to begin. The cross-plaza shrieks have begun, and the weary whirring of the elevators has resumed. I should introduce myself: I’m Culby room 416. Summers are always

Taylor Hodgskiss’ senior recital

by Elizabeth Kupferschmid staff writer   Ethnomusicology senior Taylor Hodgskiss performed his senior recital on Thursday, February 25 in Torrey Grey. The program began at 7 o’clock and progressed through a variety of piano, solo, orchestral and choir

A fast way to improve your health

How many consecutive days can you work before you need to rest? Six? Three? One? For most people, just one day of hard, physical labor is enough to make them turn in early. Working is tiring