Your New Student Senate

Emily Hawkins- “In an effort to promote self-government and to best voice our opinions and concerns, as well as resolve the issues affecting our campus, we, the students of Illinois College […], do form the Illinois College Student Senate as our government entity.” This is the preamble of the constitution of our very own Student…

Entrepreneurs, Action, and Us

Faith Irvin- The Illinois College Enactus team has rocked its competition over the last two years, beating out big universities at regional and national competitions while also assisting the community by providing an assortment of volunteer services. Enactus stands for Entrepreneurship Action and Us. As its name alludes, Enactus is a very active club with…

IC Wisdom: Helen Kuhn

Phuong Nguyen- The Rambler: Could you share with us about your college experience? Kuhn: After two years at Texas Christian University, I wanted to change to an engineering major and transferred to Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. It was a major change. Hot to cold weather. Semesters to quarters for schedules. My family had lived far away in…

IC Scores (April 22)

4/1 Men’s Baseball allowed only one hit in 10-0 win over Robert Morris University Springfield Women’s Softball swept doubleheader against Westminster College on the road 4/4 Men’s Tennis lost to both Webster University (0-9) and Fontbonne University (4-5) 4/5 Men’s Baseball split doubleheader with Monmouth College (10-0, 6-13) on the road Women’s Softball swept doubleheader…

Multicultural Festival: Food and Fun

Matt Murphy- On Friday night April 11, students could experience many cultures in one spot as Illinois College hosted their 6th annual Multicultural Festival. More than a dozen countries were represented by students of different cultural backgrounds. Some of the countries that were represented included Nigeria, France, Mexico, Great Britian, Spain, Vietnam, and many more.…

Last One

Kathryn Stroud- I remember arguing with my father about what college I should go to. It was nearly four years ago, we had just gotten back from IC’s summer orientation, and, while we sat at the dining room table, my father was gushing over everything IC. My father, a Mizzou graduate who had never heard…

Letter to my Younger College Self

Phuong Nguyen- Dear the College-Younger-Classman-Me, I am writing this letter to you from four years flown by. Trust me, I know how you feel. When I started college, I didn’t know what I was doing. I was excited yet nervous, proud yet uncertain at the same time. I had a long way to go, there…