Day: October 27, 2020

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Sports

Women’s Golf Ends Fall Season

On Oct. 19 and 20, the women’s golf team had their final contest of the fall season finishing seventh at the McKendree Bearcat Dual Gender tournament at the Far Oaks Golf Club in Caseyville, Ill.  The Flyers finished with a 54-hole total of 950 on the par-72 6,0002-yard layout, scoring 328 in the first round, […]

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News

Former Chicago Police Chief Eddie Johnson Sued for Sexual Assault

Eddie Johnson served as the Chicago police superintendent from March 2016 to Dec. 2019. He was demoted to Lieutenant by Mayor Lori Lightfoot after he was found slumped over the wheel of his car, drunk, and allowed to go home without any repercussions from officers. He was demoted after it was found that he lied […]

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Tempo

“Dexter” to Return for 10 Episode Reboot

In the midst of the scariest month of the year, Showtime has announced an upcoming 10 episode reboot of the infamously gory, serial- killer thriller, “Dexter”.  The four time Emmy award winning series, inspired by the novels of author Jeff Lindsay, premiered in late 2006 and quickly became a household name with millions of loyal […]

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Campus Life

Teach-In: Guide to the 2020 election

There is only one week until Election Day which will cause Nov. 3 to be a deciding factor on the fate and future of the U.S. During such unprecedented times, it is important to vote to make voices and concerns heard. As such, four professors from distinct colleges presented at a virtual Teach-In meeting on […]

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Opinions

Why Your Vote Matters

With the presidential election quickly approaching, the majority of Americans are getting their votes in now. For some, this may be a familiar process and for others it may be their first time voting. Regardless of the amount of times you’ve voted, your ballot matters all the same.  Voting allows everyday people, students, like you […]

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