The Outrage Continues: The Second Interview With Student A

By: Willem Kline — “It’s one thing to disregard students, sure, they can just play us off as dumb college kids. But when you go over professionals who have dedicated their life to making your college better, and providing students the hunger to learn, that is disgusting.” There are frightening things that humans tend to…

Farewell to Dr. Jim Kerbaugh

By: Matthew Hunter — This article is going to be a bit different from the ones I usually write, as the subject for today is quite more personal. On the afternoon of Monday, February 12th, the campus community received an email from President Farley’s office informing us of the sudden death of Dr. Jim Kerbaugh.…

Farewell to Dr. Jim Kerbaugh

By: Matthew Hunter — This article is going to be a bit different from the ones I usually write, as the subject for today is quite more personal. On the afternoon of Monday, February 12th, the campus community received an email from President Farley’s office informing us of the sudden death of Dr. Jim Kerbaugh. When…

The Outrage Continues: The Second Interview With Student A

By: Willem Kline — “It’s one thing to disregard students, sure, they can just play us off as dumb college kids. But when you go over professionals who have dedicated their life to making your college better, and providing students the hunger to learn, that is disgusting.” There are frightening things that humans tend to…

Parkland Survivors Lead Gun Control Movement

By: Katelyn Hodgson — On February 14, 2018, a 19-year old walked into Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School with a legally purchased AR-15 and killed 17 people, injuring 14 others, and leaving behind students, staff, and parents determined to do something about this recurring problem. According to the New York Times, the superintendent took a stand,…

Intersectionality: To Home from Abroad

By: Max Wallace — February 16th through the 18th was a milestone in my time here at IC. I had the opportunity, along with roughly a dozen other assorted Spectrum and S.A.G.E. members, to travel to Omaha, Nebraska for the Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally College Conference, or MBLGTACC, at the University of Nebraska…

English Club: No Beef Required

By: Max Wallace — You know, Illinois College, for a journalist I’m usually not one for gossip. But when my ears tuned in to the rumor that the up-and-coming English Club had a brewing feud with the English Honors Society, Sigma Tau Delta, well I couldn’t let that story fade into the oblivion of the…