Day: November 18, 2021


Is Marvel’s ‘Eternals’ a superhero movie?

Marvel Studios’ “Eternals”  is for an audience with an acquired taste. This film scratches the surface of a brand new genre. Producers have created what I’d like to call softcore action, where there’s an emphasis on the dreamy and dramatic aspect of the film, but they also pay less attention to the superheroes, the action […]

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Nursing students collaborate, encourage booster shot across campus

On Oct. 21, the booster shot for all three COVID-19 vaccines, Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson and Johnson, became available.  Those eligible for the booster shot include those who are 65 and older, 18 and older who received Pfizer or Moderna and those over 18 years old who have weakened immune systems and work in long-term […]

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Campus Life

Science and Faith event explores religion of Islam

On Nov. 9, assistant theology professor Elizabeth Sartell, spoke at an Arts and Ideas event titled, “Knowing God through Knowing the World in Islamic Traditions,” which explored the idea of contemplation of creation. The Arts and Ideas event took place in classroom AS158, located in the Arts and Science building. With this event, the three […]

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Daylight saving time is unnecessary in today’s world

We fell back for Daylight Saving Time (DST) on November 7 and with that, went my motivation. The combination of cold weather and the sunset at 5 p.m. leaves me in a state of constant tiredness that I can’t seem to escape.  DST was enacted in the U.S. in 1918 to save energy. The goal […]

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Editor's Picks

Cross country teams excel at regionals and make it to nationals

On Nov. 6, the men’s and women’s cross country teams raced at the NCAA Division II Midwest Regional Championships hosted by Southern Indiana University in Evansville, Indiana.  The men’s team finished second overall with 118 points and automatically advanced to the national championship, while the women placed fifth with 178 points and qualified for nationals […]

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