Day: November 9, 2021


Commercialism ruins the holiday season

October is over and that means it is officially the holiday season. Many have already put their Christmas trees up and the stores have switched their spooky orange and black displays to bright red and green for the holiday season, completely forgetting that Thanksgiving exists.  While I personally wait to put up Christmas decor and […]

Read More
Editor's Picks

Men’s soccer stands by their goals during playoffs

The men’s soccer team kept kicking it this season, clinching a home game for the playoffs on Sunday, Oct. 31. The Flyers beat Missouri in a regular season game finale and are now onto the GLVC (The Great Lakes Valley Conference) Tournament.  “My season so far was pretty good with two GLVC defensive player of […]

Read More
Campus Life

‘Artificial Perceptions’ art exhibit showcases beautiful landscapes

From Nov. 1-23, there will be a solo art exhibition in the Wadsworth Family Gallery, featuring Art Department Chair Mark Swain’s work titled “Artificial Perceptions.” This showcases the representation of nature and portrays the play of light on a variety of different surfaces. “This is the first chance that I really had to paint in […]

Read More

LASO welcomes everyone to participate in Días de los Muertos

A two-day celebration of remembering loved ones and what they cherished most runs from Nov. 1 -2, known as Días de los Muertos. The Latino American Student Organization (LASO) and Lewis community came together to celebrate this annual holiday. For Días de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, an ofrenda — or a decorated […]

Read More

‘Last Night in Soho’ is a cry for better horror movies

“Last Night in Soho,” is new to theaters and presents an exciting concept for viewers to follow. The American psychological and horror film takes the meaning of a nightmare to another level. The film was directed by Edgar Wright, most known for his work on “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” and for his unique, creative […]

Read More