Day: September 15, 2020

emmett till

Emmett Till’s Chicago Home Granted Preliminary Landmark Status

The year was August 1955. Fourteen-year old African-American boy Emmett Till was visiting family in Mississippi. He was dared by friends to ask out a white lady, and that dare led to his murder. In honor of his passing, 65 years later, his Chicago home has been granted preliminary landmark status.  He was beaten to […]

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fall sports

Division II Grants Competition Relief for Fall Sports

On Wednesday, Sept. 2, the NCAA announced that all fall sport athletes will be offered eligibility relief due to the uncertainty of the upcoming season generated by the pandemic. Under the new guidelines, fall athletes can apply for a waiver to receive an extra year of athletic eligibility, regardless of how much they compete in […]

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TikTok Sues Trump Over Upcoming Ban

It wasn’t too long ago that TikTok came to the U.S., but the press surrounding the video sharing app has been littered with controversy after controversy. First, there were safety concerns relating to user data being accessible by the Chinese government. Although I find it very dubious that TikTok, the viral app where millions of […]

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Jens Brasch
Campus Life

Campus Art Gallery Hosts Jens Brasch in New Exhibit

The Brent and Jean Wadsworth family gallery is displaying the first art showcase of the year, featuring the work of famed artist Jens Brasch. Brasch centers his work on the concept of identity, human relationships and the quest for truth, and is showcasing art to the public from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. until Sept. […]

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the boys

A Review of ‘The Boys’ Season 2 Premiere

Distilled to its simplest, “The Boys” is Quentin Tarantino meets The Justice League: a madcap series satirizing the superhero genre we’ve all come to love. That first season was a roller coaster of gore, profanity, sex, drugs and pitch-black humor. You know, those classic superhero chestnuts. Season two is more of the same, so if […]

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