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jet fuel review
Campus Life
Editor's Picks

JFR Earns Second Win As Best Four-Year Literary Magazine

The Jet Fuel Review magazine (JFR) has defended their 2019 first place award at the College Media Association (CMA). Continuing their winning streak, JFR won a second time with their 19th Issue in the category Four-Year Literary Magazine at the CMA competition in Washington D.C. The CMA competition was held virtually from Oct. 22 to […]

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teach-in
Campus Life

Teach-In: Guide to the 2020 election

There is only one week until Election Day which will cause Nov. 3 to be a deciding factor on the fate and future of the U.S. During such unprecedented times, it is important to vote to make voices and concerns heard. As such, four professors from distinct colleges presented at a virtual Teach-In meeting on […]

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Peace Teach-In
Campus Life
Editor's Picks

‘We Choose Peace’ Teach-In Promotes Social Justice

As a school devoted to creating a better future and fighting for social justice, one of the many events held at Lewis during the International Lasallian Days of Peace (ILDP) is the annual Peace Teach-In. The Lewis community celebrated the International Lasallian Days of Peace by virtually traveling around the world on Oct. 12, Oct. […]

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tiktok
Opinions

TikTok Sues Trump Over Upcoming Ban

It wasn’t too long ago that TikTok came to the U.S., but the press surrounding the video sharing app has been littered with controversy after controversy. First, there were safety concerns relating to user data being accessible by the Chinese government. Although I find it very dubious that TikTok, the viral app where millions of […]

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Jens Brasch
Campus Life

Campus Art Gallery Hosts Jens Brasch in New Exhibit

The Brent and Jean Wadsworth family gallery is displaying the first art showcase of the year, featuring the work of famed artist Jens Brasch. Brasch centers his work on the concept of identity, human relationships and the quest for truth, and is showcasing art to the public from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. until Sept. […]

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activities
Tempo

29 Activities While Staying in Place

As schools are canceled, concerts postponed, work is remote, sports outtings canceled and one’s social life put on hold, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends remaining active and maintaining a schedule while self-isolating.   While self-isolating reduces the spread of the coronavirus, there are some side effects of sheltering in place. Extreme boredom […]

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