Katelyn Leano

Jazz Band
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Jazz Band Concert showcases students’ musical talents

On April 29, the Jazz Band showcased students’ musical abilities, highlighting the skill of improvisation. The concert was live-streamed through Vimeo from the St. Charles Borromeo Convocation Hall, and the band performed a total of four pieces. The four songs belonged to the standard jazz repertoire, which included “Now’s the Time,” a blues piece by […]

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Earth Day
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Earth Day Clean-Up Day promotes a sustainable campus

On April 22, as part of celebrating Earth Day, about 11 students participated in Lewis’ Clean-Up Day by walking down the path of the Burnham Centennial Nature Trail by Lot W, and picking up the trash. “The purpose of having a Clean-Up Day at Lewis is to raise awareness around litter that ends up on […]

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Trash Ban
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Trash Bash challenge helps spread sustainability awareness

From April 1 to April 30, a new competition titled the “Trash Bash” is being held to see which local colleges can pick up the most trash during Earth Month. For the competition, Lewis is competing against other South Metropolitan Higher Education Consortium Member Institutions to see who can pick up the most trash. The […]

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Mathematics
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Lecture explores the role of mathematics in communication

On March 24, the Associated Colleges of the Chicago Area (ACCA) hosted a virtual mathematics lecture series, titled “Mathematics in Communication” that explored what codes are and why they’re necessary, as well as how advanced mathematical techniques are becoming a necessary part of codes and their implementation. The talk is included as part of the […]

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Art Gallery
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Virtual Art Gallery Talk celebrates women in the art world

On March 18, students watched a recorded version of a virtual Gallery Talk on YouTube and Facebook for an art exhibition titled “Women in Art at the Field,” which featured three women artists who work at The Field Museum. The talented works from artists Rebecca Banasiak, Peggy McNamara and Adrienne Stroup were on display from […]

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Sociology department holds ‘farming for justice’ virtual discussion

On Thursday Feb. 18, the sociology department hosted a virtual group discussion about the relationship between urban agriculture and the fight to create communities that are both environmentally and socially sustainable. Along with the group discussion, the event featured a panel of local urban farmers to mediate the conversation. Dr. Jennifer Tello Buntin, associate professor […]

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