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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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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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Experience the Civil War with art exhibition “Distant Drum”

From Oct. 3 to Oct. 23, a solo art exhibition called “Distant Drum” by artist William Blake is currently available to view in the Wadsworth Family Gallery. Since Blake specializes in historical reenactments, the exhibition features paintings that portray people from the era of the Civil War. “He specializes in Civil War reenactments, so when […]

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Support the LGBTQIA+ community at Bridges

On Sept. 30, the LGBTQIA+ support group for students called Building a Bridge met in the D’Arcy Great Room located in the University Ministry for their weekly meeting. The ministry aims to educate and advocate for justice and equality for LGBTQIA+ individuals and the reconciliation within the larger church and student communities. “Building a Bridge […]

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“Three Faces of Eve” art exhibition showcases unique collages

Until Sept. 25, art exhibition “Three Faces of Eve” by artist Eve Ozer is currently on display in the Wadsworth Family Gallery. The art reception and gallery talk for Ozer’s show was Sept. 8. Ozer has about 45 pieces in her solo show and most of her work displayed in the gallery is new, which […]

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Jukebox musical ‘Return to the Forbidden Planet’ hits the stage

From April 1 to April 3 and April 7 to April 10, the Phillip Lynch Theatre presents the jukebox musical “Return to the Forbidden Planet.” This musical is based on a movie from the late ‘50s with the same name, which is a science fiction take of the Shakespearean play “The Tempest.” “This play isn’t […]

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