Video by Priya Patel If you are excited about this football season, check out the 2019 football preview including interviews from players and Coach Gully.
Written by Paige Oschwald The back-to-school season may be stressful, but everybody loves food! These back-to-school lunch options will leave foodies looking forward to school and hunger officially satisfied. Many know that meals should consist of fruits, veggies, carbs, and protein. These lunch ideas provides a sample of each healthy component, not to mention the … Continue reading Back to school lunches to crave your hunger
Written by Lindsey Gietl The Catholic Church has had problems with the LGBTQ community since it has become common in the modern world. Most of the news between the Catholic Church and LGBTQ community has not really affected Springfield, Illinois, but now it is in our backyard. On the night of Aug. 26, Lauren White … Continue reading LGBTQ Discrimination at School
For all the "Game of Thrones" fans out there, April 14 was a big day. The beloved series returned for its eighth and final season, ending a franchise that has been loved by viewers since its inception in 2011. Season eight has been set to six “feature length” episodes, likely 80 minutes or longer. Season … Continue reading “Game of Thrones” prepares to stun audiences
By: Cameron Campas With what could have been known as the biggest mess ups known to the Oscar’s, Faye Dunaway announced that “La La Land” won the award for Best Motion Picture when it was suppose to be awarded to “Moonlight." It has been said that Dunaway and her co-presenter, Warren Beatty, were given the wrong … Continue reading Oscars conspiracy theories
Author: Jimmy Reimer Our world is shrinking. With advances in communication technology, such as social media and online outlets, there is no shortage of information from around the globe on every imaginable topic. The challenge presented by the immense volume of articles, blogs and the occasional Twitter rant is what to believe? In a nation … Continue reading War on fake news
Written by Emma Batterman and Tim Hughes In the midst of Barack Obama’s final days as President of the United States it is important to acknowledge the stand-out moments of his presidency. From lovable Al Green covers to his key role in catching one of the world’s most notorious terrorist Osama Bin Laden, advocating for … Continue reading President Barack Obama’s legacy