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James Blake takes The Chicago Theatre

On Oct. 3, soul singer James Blake sang his heart out and stunned crowds of adoring fans at The Chicago Theatre. Blake performed some of his newest singles on what he has called, “The Friends That Break Your Heart Tour.” The songs ranging from slow love ballads to dance/electronic garnered a reaction from the audience […]

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Opinions

Stop spending all our money on defense

The U.S. has plenty of problems that need to be addressed, yet we are not able to solve said problems because we are spending our entire budget on the military. Having a large defense budget is necessary; however, the U.S. goes above necessity and into excessive spending with our budget.  According to the Office of […]

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Sports

Women’s tennis well-represented at Whitewater Fall Invitational

From Oct. 8 to 9,  the women’s tennis team played at the Whitewater Warhawk Fall Invitational in the Warhawk Tennis Complex hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.  Senior transfer Anastasyia Salenko finished in second place overall, while freshman Nefeli Zafeiri finished fourth, both in the No. 1 Singles Draw. She won her first singles game […]

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Campus Life
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Art exhibition by Chicago Society of Artists displayed in gallery

From Oct. 1-22, the Chicago Society of Artists are displaying a variety of pieces in the Wadsworth Family Gallery as an art exhibit titled, “As We See It.” To go along with the art exhibit itself, there will be a gallery talk and reception to follow on Thursday, Oct. 21 at 7 p.m. “The Chicago […]

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Sports

Women’s volleyball kicks off season with home opener win

On Sept. 16, the women’s volleyball home opener held their first game, which was against Quincy University.  Though the women’s volleyball team had a little bit of a rough start, they came back strong with a final score of 25-21.   The Flyers did not have a great start but then took a five-point lead with […]

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Review
Tempo

Is Netflix’s “ClickBait” worth the watch?

Netflix’s new limited mini-series “ClickBait” starts off with a bang, a twist and an interesting mystery. With a fitting title, Netflix somehow convinced me to watch another one of their shows. I’ll be the first to admit, the streaming app has had some really terrible shows in the past, but this one might not be […]

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