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Featured Column: Defective Detectives

DAVID REISCHMAN, Assistant Editor

May 4, 2018

I don’t think I’m being facetious when I say that all the best detectives have mental illnesses. At least fictionally. Discounting the types of forgettable shows with acronyms in the title, there are very few popular televisio...

A Snowy April Fools

A Snowy April Fools

April 14, 2018

AOLF Hosts An Event To Reduce Stress

Sadie Castro, Columnist

April 14, 2018

On April 7, the Art of Living Foundation (AOLF) hosted a training session with expert Shravan Gunda to help calm the mind from stress in the Lincoln Resident Hall great room. The goal of the event was to help people understand what caus...

UIS Senate Convenes, Standards of Scholarship Discussed

DAVID REISCHMAN, Assistant Editor

April 14, 2018

The University of Illinois Springfield Senate met Friday, April 6 to discuss several issues related to the current academic and service standards for promotion to full professor. According to the resolution 47-20 as submitted,...

The Importance of a Handwritten Thank You

Madison Stone, Guest Writer

April 5, 2018

A major piece of advice given to most people searching for a job is to make contact post-interview. Getting in touch with interviewers after a meeting can be beneficial in several different ways. The more exposure that an appl...

Youth in Revolt

Youth in Revolt

Jaclyn Fabing, Columnist

April 5, 2018

Your Memes End Here

Sadie Castro, Columnist

March 8, 2018

Memes have become a large part of our culture both online and offline. When overhearing conversations, I find myself hearing references to memes that I never thought I would hear offline. Over the course of the last decade memes...

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