Month: March 2020

The Art of Sisters

‘The Art of Sisters’ Makes Illinois Debut

A new play hits Oak Brook’s Mayslake Peabody Estate March 4 to 7. “The Art of Sisters,” adapted and directed by Miriam Canfield, is a retelling of the Bronte’s sister’s story and their Christianity.  Canfield is a Naperville native that got her start as a dancer before pursuing acting at the age of 16.  “I […]

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Social Media Fights COVID-19 Misinformation

As the residents of Illinois and many other states are sheltering in place as requested by Governor Pritzker, many say their days seem to be filled with constant flipping from one social media app to another. Whether it be Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube or Tik Tok, social media users can’t seem to escape the reality […]

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tennis defeats St. Francis

Women’s Tennis Defeats University of St. Francis

On Feb. 11, the women’s tennis team won their first match of the spring semester against the University of St. Francis 7-0 at the Challenge Fitness in Lockport, Ill. The Flyers struggled to get their way out at the beginning of the semester as they lost their first three games. However, the Flyers were ready […]

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The Invisible Man

‘The Invisible Man’ Review: Terror Unseen

Do you know that feeling you get when you’re alone? That creeping sensation that crawls up the back of your neck. Like someone breathing on you? How you can’t help but feel like someone, or something, is there with you? Imagine that thing is a murderous psychopath, and because you can’t prove it exists, everyone […]

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Campus Life

All University Campuses Closed Except to Essential Personnel

As universities across the nation shift to online instruction for the rest of the academic year and summer semester to curb the spread of COVID-19, students and professors have had to adjust to a sudden shift in learning style. For arts and science courses, which are better suited to face-to-face instruction, switching to online has […]

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Editor's Picks

COVID-19 Causes Rapid Changes for Student, Staff Lives

On March 19, Lewis’s actions to take COVID-19 precautions changed everyday operations for the remainder of the semester. Students were notified that all face-to-face spring and summer 2020 classes are to be delivered through online learning methods starting March 23. In addition to changing to an online class format, all Residence Halls were to be […]

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