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Swim team achieves midseason milestones

From Nov. 18 to 20, the swim team raced at the House of Champions meet hosted by Indiana University-Purdue University (IUPUI) at the IUPUI Natatorium in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Flyers recorded a total of 13 NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Championship ‘B’ standard qualifying marks and broke three school records. The men started off […]

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Kyle Rittenhouse trial provides no justice

On Nov. 19, justice was not served. Kyle Rittenhouse, 17 years old at the time, shot and killed two people and injured another after traveling from his home in Antioch, Illinois to Kenosha, Wisconsin on Aug. 25. This was when protests against police brutality were occurring and there was much civil unrest. In the trial, […]

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Annual tree lighting ceremony honors Brother Leo Jones

On Nov. 29, the annual tree lighting ceremony occurred in front of North Hall. This event not only celebrated the start of the holiday season for the community but also honored Brother Leo Jones FSC, who passed away last year on Dec. 1. “The Christmas tree lighting has been a Lewis University tradition for many […]

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‘Red Notice’ exceeds expectations

Over the long and restful break, I decided to entertain and relax myself with a good movie and a cup of hot cocoa. What I found in my search was Netflix’s top pick of the week, “Red Notice.” “Red Notice” follows an international art thief and the FBI agent that is assigned to his case. […]

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Is Marvel’s ‘Eternals’ a superhero movie?

Marvel Studios’ “Eternals”  is for an audience with an acquired taste. This film scratches the surface of a brand new genre. Producers have created what I’d like to call softcore action, where there’s an emphasis on the dreamy and dramatic aspect of the film, but they also pay less attention to the superheroes, the action […]

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Nursing students collaborate, encourage booster shot across campus

On Oct. 21, the booster shot for all three COVID-19 vaccines, Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson and Johnson, became available.  Those eligible for the booster shot include those who are 65 and older, 18 and older who received Pfizer or Moderna and those over 18 years old who have weakened immune systems and work in long-term […]

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