What’s the Deal with Coronavirus?

Kae Edgcomb, Contributing Writer Pictures taken by Kae Edgcomb in the Office of Health Services, McKendree University You have probably been seeing it on the news. Maybe you have heard jokes about it around campus. You might have discussed the topic in a class. It is hard to escape discussions to some capacity on the... Continue Reading →

Brightspace – McK Writes History

Magdalena Knapp, Editor in Chief Pictures provided by Magdalena Knapp and Mckendree University January 22nd 2020, time 11:50 a. m., PAC Lobby: McKendree writes history. The year 2020 has already been a year full of changes for McKendree University. Not only have we now officially found a new president, but McKendree University has decided, after... Continue Reading →

Ready, Set, Swing!

By Jessica Baker, Contributing Writer It’s a beautiful Sunday on October 13th at the Sunset Hills Athletic Complex in South County. Four fields have games, crowds are cheering, and in the distance a faint beeping can be heard from each field. A batter steps up to the plate on field three with assistance from the... Continue Reading →

Seeing the World Without Breaking the Bank

Emily Lease, Contributing Writer Pictures by Jessica Hofmann Growing up, I always was interested in seeing the world. When I started going to McKendree University I found some interesting things about their study abroad programs. McKendree offers five different study abroad opportunities. When looking at study abroad programs, one thing that students need to be... Continue Reading →

Fields of Faith

By Madeline Cade, Contributing Writer Photo credits: featured image- Eddie Sutton, first photo- Madeline Cade, second photo- Ashlynn Grant Hosted by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), McKendree University’s first-ever Fields of Faith took place on Oct. 17, 2019. The students of FCA led around 100 people through a night of worship and prayer. This... Continue Reading →

Mirrored Human Intention: The Art of Life

By Christopher Fernandez, Contributing Writer There are many wonderful, beautiful, and tragic things that can be seen in life.  The truest expression of life is something that will always be sought out by individuals, but for some, that siren’s call is in the world of art. Art, while a wide-ranging discipline, can be boiled down... Continue Reading →

Presidential Brown Bag

By Christopher Fernandez, Contributing Writer Four score and seven years ago, we had barely begun to scratch the surface of the long history of McKendree University.  The school that we call home and have come to love over the years has developed from the small McKendree College to the now prosperous McKendree University.  In this... Continue Reading →

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