CEA Article (Diversity)

CEA Stands for Diversity

Leilani-Jade Pecher – Located in our very own Illinois College is a club focused on diversity, CEA. First and foremost, what does that even mean? CEA stands for the Coalition for Ethnic Awareness. Coalition basically means an alliance. We who are involved in the CEA believe in the importance of diversity. To us, the word…

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Racism’s Not Dead (Part 3 of 4)

Ryan Flynn – The idea that police officers are impartial in how they uphold the law and that racial biases do not affect their judgment is simply and utterly false. However, as a forewarning, this is just a generalization based on statistics. I am not saying that all police officers allow biases to affect their…

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Just Say No

Katie Linder – I’ll be the first one to admit that I have a problem. Having said that, I’ve finally realized that it’s time to fix my problem and make my life a much happier place with a lot less stress. Anyone who knows me could easily identify what my problem is, but for other…

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Horoscope (October 14)

Lex Smith – Aries: You need a little change of scenery. Go buy some new decorations for your room. Taurus: Enjoy Chartwells while you can. Before you know it, you’ll have to cook your own food every day. Gemini: You have been slacking on your studies due to homecoming. Get back in gear! Cancer: Go…

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Lettidor: President Farley and You

Dan Lewis – Everyone knows who she is. Everyone sees her all the time. But does everyone know how much she cares? It was recently mentioned on the ever-more popular social media app Yik Yak that all Illinois College students “love President Farley and have no idea why.” When Farley is seen on campus, attends…

Homecoming Win for the Blueboys

Marineth Seirra – On October 11, Illinois College held their annual Homecoming football game, this year against Monmouth College. “The team is all in this week and I believe we have a winning game plan and along with the crowd we will take home a win for homecoming weekend,”  said Kyle Obertino, First-Year wide receiver.…