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Campus community unites for 20th anniversary 9/11 ceremony

On Sept. 9, the campus community came together for a 20th Anniversary commemoration ceremony in remembrance of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Local police officers, firefighters and service members were in attendance, many of whom are Lewis alumni. The ceremony was preceded by a performance from the Joliet Police Department Pipes and Drums. Eric Wilson, anchor […]

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Sports

Men’s cross country places first at the Vic Godfrey Open

On Sept. 3, the men’s cross country team kicked off their season winning the Parkside’s Vic Godfrey Open at the Wayne E. Dannehl National Cross Country Course in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The team grabbed a total of 23 points and placed nine Flyers in the top 20. Sophomore Anthony Farmer and graduate student Dustin Macuiba finished […]

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Tempo

‘He’s All That’ is not all that

On Aug. 25, Netflix released their take on the classic rom-com genre with “He’s All That.” Based on the 90s rom-com classic, “She’s All That,” the updated version features TikTok star Addison Rae in her very first film, along with some familiar names, such as Madison Pettis and even Rachael Leigh Curtis (who, by the […]

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Campus Life
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Arts and Ideas event educates students about the history of ceramics

On Sept. 7,  Assistant Professor of Art and Design Leslie Colonna held a lecture and participatory Arts and Ideas event titled, “Clay: Learn its History in Art and Science”. In the event, Colonna let students participate by making their own pots out of a ball of clay. The event took place in the Oremus Fine […]

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Line 3 Pipeline
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Opinions

Line 3 will cause more damage than improvements

After successfully stopping construction on the Keystone Pipeline in June, environmentalists are tasked with preventing yet another pipeline, Line 3, that would cross most of the Midwest. The U.S. has agreed to invest $2.9 billion into this pipeline replacement program that would further expand the damaging fossil fuel industry, so many are calling on Biden […]

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Women's Tennis
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Sports

Women’s tennis finishes spring season

On Friday, April 30, the women’s tennis team fell to Southwest Baptist 5-0 in the opening round of the GLVC Tournament at the Jack Oremus Tennis Complex in Romeoville, Illinois. With this last set of matches, the Flyers finished their season with a 6-8 record. The Bearcats started ahead as they took over the first […]

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