Author: McK Review

We are the official, student-run newspaper of McKendree University.
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Campus Cats

While it’s super beneficial to have your animal with you during the college experience, especially in the middle of a lonely pandemic, there is a process to complete with your school. I sat down with Tia Kay, a McKendree graduate, to understand what this process entails.

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You’ll Be Hooked

Are you a fan of horror? Do you like playing video games? The following article by Mikayla Walton takes you through her experience playing Dead by Daylight. Dead by Daylight is a 4 vs 1 online survival game jam packed with fan favorites as well as original characters and allows the players to live a truly unique experience full of fear.

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Black Boxes

At McKendree, learning has changed drastically. Students have had to adapt to plenty, which has been no easy feat. Zoom has taken over as our way of learning. What isn’t always realized is how much our professors have done to make sure we are still learning. Professors have gone to different lengths and used strategies to try to make the best of this semester for the students, and in return, we keep our cameras off and our mics on mute. Let’s hear their side of it all, shall we?

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Dear Abby

Our very own Dr. Trask aims to teach her students the fundamentals of interpersonal communication. Her class hopes to help McKendree students maintain healthy relationships with these letters discussing how to do just that.

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A Pillar Of McKendree

Tim Harrison, a well-known and selfless member of McKendree University’s, is highlighted in this appreciative profile by Gaetan Soulier. Harrison has a backstory like no other, and he used all his experiences from the past to become the man that so many Bearcats know and love today.

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Delay of The Game

The fall season is synonymous with several things: Halloween, pumpkin spice lattes, those orange-yellow leaves falling, and football. Football is a staple in the fall months, as this is the season for Friday night lights, Saturday tailgates, and Sundays packed with the NFL. Similar to everything else in this unorthodox year, football has been affected by the lasting effects of the COVID-19 virus.