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Impeachment Ends in Acquittal

On Wednesday, Feb. 5, the United State Senate voted to acquit President Donald J. Trump amid the final days of the third official Impeachment of a U.S. President. The impeachment process began on Dec. 18 based on allegations of him administering military aid to Ukraine as leverage for his own political benefit. He was charged […]

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Community Welcomes Donated MD-80 Aircraft

On Dec. 20, 2019, Lewis’ Instagram announced that American Airlines generously donated one of its last MD-80 aircrafts to Lewis. The post, created by the Marketing and Communications Department officials, included a picture of the MD-80  plane that’s parked behind the Harold E. White building captioned, “Christmas came early for @LUAviation students!” Indeed the holidays […]

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Duke and Duchess of Sussex Step Down As Senior Royals

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, Duchess and Duke of Sussex, respectively, shocked the world when they announced they were stepping down as senior royals via their Instagram on Jan. 8.  This comes eight months after their son, Archie, was born. With his arrival, the two took a six-week break from royal duties. After reflection and […]

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Missile Strikes Increase Tensions Between the US and Iran

Three days into the new year President Donald Trump authorized the killing of Top Iranian General, Qasem Soleimani in an airstrike in Iraqi capital of Baghdad. Officials claim Soleimani was planning attacks on Americans, and he had to be stopped before it got out of hand. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said America made Soleimani […]

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Campus Life
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Tree Lighting Kickstarts Holiday Season

On Dec. 2, after a much-needed Thanksgiving break, faculty, staff, and students were invited to bond together to celebrate one of Lewis’ long standing, annual traditions.  The tradition of lighting trees dates back to 19th century Germany. Originally, trees were lit by candles, but are now illuminated by hundreds of multi-colored light bulbs. Harvard professor […]

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Campus Life

Hidden Gems: Courses Outside of the Box

With the spring semester approaching in a few weeks, many students find themselves wanting to explore course options outside their major and do something new. While others are still exploring their career options.  Not to worry there are a variety of classes students can choose from that have no pre-requisites and are not major specific. […]

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