“Mosque Alert” explores themes of identity, prejudice
Mainstage play examines polyculturalism in modern American society
Six theme houses approved
Six of 10 theme houses approved by SLC, Senate
Men’s soccer team lands Illinois College coach
After sudden exit of Coach Edwards, Prairie Fire grab qualified coach
“Stop Kiss” meditates on Female Sexuality
Student-run production of Off-Broadway play premieres in Studio Theater
Hord to take leave of absence
Professor and Chair of Africana Studies Fred Hord has accepted a two-year position at Northern Illinois University and will be taking a leave of absence during this time.
Program launching for international students
The college has taken steps to restart a program that will allow international students to connect with local families.
Compost system recovers from difficulties
The compost system has faced difficulties this term, but has resumed full operation as of Monday, Feb. 16.
McAndrew shares studies that women gossip more
As the old Chinese proverb says, “Gossip is the sword of a woman — and she never lets it get rusty.”
Imagine Dragons disappoint with latest attempt
Imagine Dragons' latest effort is not worth a listen.
Bodies Week: self-care and intersectionalism
Bodies Week brings a wide array of activities to raise dialogue on self-care and intersectionality.
Building guitars in a dorm with Theo Ruffins
A freshman builds guitars in his Seymour dorm.
DIY Galesburg: Continually Rocking the ‘Burg
DIY Galesburg invigorates the local music scene.
To me, “conservatism,” means believing in freedom and equality across the board. It means that sometimes core values should be incorporated into government.
Reflections: Race and white activism
If our movement is not multi-racial, multi-class, and broad-based, we simply won't have enough power to make change happen.
Religion and the search for hope
I know that it is hard for us to believe our faith perfectly. It is okay for us to believe partially.
Technology informs modern journalism
The positions of web editors, video producers and social media managers are popping up at newsrooms across the country, positions that didn't exist years ago.
Senior Day basketball a microcosm of season
To win any game is emotional and important in its own right. But to dominate Ripon 91-79 on Senior Day at home in front of 788 fans was truly something special for women's basketball.
Champions League begins to take shape
Now that the Champion's League is in full swing, there are constantly games to look forward to on a weekly basis.
Swim team closes out season at MWC Championships
As the swimming season drew to a close last weekend, with the women’s team finishing seventh at the MWC Championships and the men finishing ninth, several storylines bubbled to the surface.
The return of the Champions (League)
February is usually a football fan’s favorite month in the entire season, as it signals the return of the Champions League (CL), the most entertaining sporting event in most of the world’s opinion (sorry America).