Year: 2021

Opinions

How much do you need to know before you invest?

The year 2020 was filled with nothing but dismay. However, one Cinderella storyline that broke through was the narrative of new investors entering the stock market in April of last year, when the majority of companies were beaten down, to come out with a huge sum of winnings.  This development inflated a new interest in […]

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Sports

Student athelete Kevin Kauling is playing for his dreams

When we see a student athlete in the classroom, we usually see them as just another student. Sometimes, we can’t even differentiate them from the rest of the thousands of students on campus. But, when we learn they’re not just students but athletes as well, do we ever acknowledge what makes their brain tick? How […]

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Women's Tennis
Editor's Picks
Sports

Women’s tennis finishes spring season

On Friday, April 30, the women’s tennis team fell to Southwest Baptist 5-0 in the opening round of the GLVC Tournament at the Jack Oremus Tennis Complex in Romeoville, Illinois. With this last set of matches, the Flyers finished their season with a 6-8 record. The Bearcats started ahead as they took over the first […]

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Uncut Gems
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Tempo

‘Uncut Gems’ is a chaotic masterpiece

“Uncut Gems,” a newly released indie film, can be best described as a crazy roller coaster sure to take viewers on many twists and unpredictable turns throughout. Adam Sandler stars in the fast-paced crime drama, “Uncut Gems,” as Howard, a scheming jeweler who also happens to have a debilitating gambling addiction.  Howard is constantly chasing […]

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News

Northwestern develops revolutionary COVID-19 rapid test

Northwestern University has developed a new COVID-19 rapid test that could simplify and quicken testing. The PCR test, which detects RNA that is specific to the virus within days of infection and is considered the “gold standard” for COVID-19 detection, will only require a single swab and 15 minutes before a positive or negative result […]

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Jazz Band
Campus Life
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Jazz Band Concert showcases students’ musical talents

On April 29, the Jazz Band showcased students’ musical abilities, highlighting the skill of improvisation. The concert was live-streamed through Vimeo from the St. Charles Borromeo Convocation Hall, and the band performed a total of four pieces. The four songs belonged to the standard jazz repertoire, which included “Now’s the Time,” a blues piece by […]

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