BY MCKENDREE UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS Crane, Reiniger Lead McKendree Women’s Soccer in 7-0 Rout over Hannibal-LaGrange (LEBANON, Ill., Sept. 6) Senior forward Natalie Crane (Granite City, Ill./Granite City) and sophomore midfielder Alyssa Reiniger (Maryville, Ill./Collinsville) each had two goals […]
BY MCKENDREE UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS Cerna’s Hat Trick Not Enough In 5-4 McKendree Men’s Soccer OT Loss to Oakland City (LEBANON, Ill., Sept. 7) Senior forward C.J. Cerna (Collinsville, Ill./Collinsville) recorded his first collegiate hat trick with three […]
WRITTEN & ILLUSTRATED BY KIMBERLY BENNETT This comic was created for three reasons: We decided the Review could use another form of variety (such as comics). “Emberlyisms” was established to publish variant forms of Emily Lucia and […]
We are going to start providing Word Searches as well. The same rule applies; if you think you can find all of the words, email us your solutions by Sept. 20, and your photo will […]
The following Sudoku is the solution for the previous Sudoku in the last issue. Below is the new Sudoku for this issue: […]
BY PROFESSOR AMY MACLENNAN The McKendree University Gallery of Art hosted a “plein air” painting event on Aug. 2-3 in Lebanon, Ill. Twenty-five artists traveled to Lebanon from around the greater St. Louis metropolitan region […]
BY EMILY LUCIA “Why would you want to save the galaxy?” “Because I’m one of the idiots who lives in it!” -Rocket Raccoon & Peter Quill/Star Lord from Guardians of the Galaxy Just when we thought […]
BY LOGAN GHAST Promise That you Will not give in To all of the sin Those demonic hypocrites Push on you. Do not believe That we are free, Because we are far from it. THE […]
BY KALEIGH ADMIRE Even though the official issue will be published on Friday, August 29th, the McKendree Review was asked to post an advertisement early seeing as time is of the essence. So, if you […]
BY KIMBERLY BENNETT On April 24, 2014, McKendree University held its first (and now annual) Academic Excellence Celebration Day event in which students, faculty and staff participated in numerous events throughout the day to display […]
A FILM REVIEW BY MICHAEL FEEZER Director Jaume Collet-Serra brings us the suspenseful and nerve-racking film, Non- Stop. This 2014, action-packed movie stars Schindler’s List‘s Liam Neeson along with the lovely, Julianne Moore. The film starts off by […]
A FILM REVIEW BY KYLE JACKSON Have you ever watched or read a biography that has had you thinking, “What would this world be like if a person never had the courage or nerve to […]
BY JOE HILDERBRAND The second semester of the academic year for college students is always the roughest half. For some, returning to classes scheduled at 8 a.m. after a month-long winter break feels like the […]
BY THOMAS (TJ) HAMIL Cracked Grass Handlebars I used to ride my bicycle with my sister – before we fought about things like who mom liked more, who’s doing right in life – used to […]
Thank you for participating in our last round of Sudoku for the year. There will be more next year so if you enjoy puzzles, look for them in the first issue of the fall.
A Book Review BY KIMBERLY BENNETT At the beginning of 2014, 32 out of 50 states in America still sentence criminals with the death penalty. Lethal injection is authorized in 35 states (three states had abolished […]
A Film Review BY EMILY LUCIA In his first post The Avengers appearance, Captain America certainly returned with a punch. With twists and turns you will not expect, the latest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe […]
Solution to the last Sudoku Challenge: New Sudoku Challenge: The solution to the latest Sudoku will be included in the next issue.
BY: EMILY LUCIA Assistant Editor “My name is Oliver Queen. For five years I was stranded on an island with only one goal-survive. Now, I will fulfill my father’s dying wish—to use the list of […]
BY KIMBERLY BENNETT Co-Editor-in-Chief One of the world’s earliest natural disasters recorded in history. The volcano destroyed two of its surrounding cities in Southern Italy, covering Pompeii and Hurculaneum in ashes. Some scientists believe Mount […]
BY SHARON BEARD Staff Writer CBS reached a milestone, airing its 250th episode “Dressed to Kill” on March 4th. NCIS is in its 11th season and the show ranked as one of the most popular […]
The answers will be posted in the next issue.
BY KATIE DAVENPORT Staff Writer Composition of the U.S. Men outside of time not part of the Brotherhood, down after the death of Clifton. Feelings of obligation to include the invisible people. Jack’s blindness, a […]