Year: 2022

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Sports

Golf ready for a tee-rific season

After a whirlwind of staffing changes and a brand new roster, women’s golf is back and better than ever.    Sophomore sports management major Kendall Farm is one of the top golfers for the Flyers and is hopeful for the coming spring season.    The women’s golf team has five members, two sophomores and three […]

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Campus Life
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Give back to community by donating to food drive

During the week of Nov. 14, all Greek organizations at Lewis, including Delta Sigma Pi, sponsored a Thanksgiving Food Drive, which will help out people in need at the Spanish Community Center in Joliet. “Delta Sigma Pi is required to do a certain number of service events every year and I think the requirement is […]

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Sports

Swim team wins against Illinois Tech,Maryville University

The swim team recently had their ups and downs but during this weekend they showed a real fighting spirit. The Flyers competed on Oct. 29, against two teams – Illinois Technology Institute and Maryville University. The meet took place in a swimming pool well known to our swimmers at our own  recreation center.    In […]

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Opinions

Generalization of Hispanic Heritage Month needs to stop

Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM) ended a couple of weeks ago, and it was yet again filled with companies misusing and generalizing labels/terms to represent the whole hispanic and Latino population in their posts and ads.    Ever since I moved to the U.S. five years ago, all I see this time of the year is […]

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Campus Life
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Enjoy short films with Film Studies program

On Oct. 27, the English studies department and the Film Studies program hosted an Arts & Ideas event titled, “Film Studies Presents: Short Films Everyone Should See” in the Academic Sciences Building. The event featured four short films that were each less than 20 minutes long. “Every semester, I try to do an Arts & […]

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Tempo

Watch Netflix’s new film ‘Luckiest Girl Alive’

While you may be tempted to turn-on “Luckiest Girl Alive” for the purpose of enjoying the acting of Mila Kunis and watching her fulfill her femme-fatale type-cast, I must warn you that her ability to portray the emotions behind her character partnered with the raw reality of the script deliver a stomach-twisting blow to the […]

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