Campus Culture

Chess, mythology take unexpected form in new art display


 The November 2018 art gallery reception and show, which ran from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 8, showed off numerous colorful, mixed media and print pieces of art.  

Women’s health promoted in activism day through female support campaign



Tired of the double standard when it comes to women, four Lewis students created a campaign to fight against the “pink tax,” which is a gender-based price discrimination that charges more for items that are targeted towards women.

Common Reader presents new perspectives for every first-year student



The presentation for the text “Saving Lives in Auschwitz,” written by Professor Emerita of History Dr. Ewa Bacon, began at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 8 in the St. Charles Borromeo Convocation Hall. The book was this year’s Common Reader, which all first year students are required to read for their Introduction to the College Experience (ICE) classes.

Students find strength in bStrong Banger’s disaster relief fundraiser



In efforts to provide dister relief to those in need, drag queen Debbie Fox hosted a bStrong fundraiser on Nov. 14.