Campus Coffee Consumption and Caffeine Crisis

By Madeline Cade, Contributing Writer Photos by Madeline Cade The amount of stress that college students deal with on a daily basis is overwhelming. There are students who balance sports and classes, others who balance jobs and classes, and then those who balance all three. There are those who have work study, take extra credit... Continue Reading →

Pitiful Prison

By Molina Smalley, Contributing Writer Pictures by Molina Smalley The following article represents the author's opinion about a specific topic. The information is backed up and was proofread by our editors. Freedom of speech is part of the First Amendment of the US Constitution and therefore every writer has the right to share his or... Continue Reading →

The War on Drugs

By Kyle Shahenian, Contributing Writer Pictures provided by google.com The following article represents the author's opinion about a specific topic. The information is backed up and was proofread by our editors. Freedom of speech is part of the First Amendment of the US Constitution and therefore every writer has the right to share his or... Continue Reading →

The Big Mysteries of Financial Aid

By Landon Cole, Contributing Writer Like many college students, I fall into a category that can make the financial aid process difficult. The Federal Student Aid office grossly overestimates my family’s contribution to my education when, in reality, I paid out-of-pocket for my associate’s degree from a community college, and I’m relying on loans to... Continue Reading →

When Eating Becomes a Struggle

By Alec Deyong, Contributing Writer Love it or hate it, Ames dining hall is ground zero for a great deal of the complaints that students lob at McKendree University. Between the variety, the quality, the staff, and the hours, it is hard for a small campus to make everyone happy. For some, however, it goes... Continue Reading →

Why You Should Try Sea of Thieves

By Andrew Gardewine, Contributing Writer The video game industry has been constantly changing for the last fifty years starting off with the first ever and very simple game, Pong, to more recent, complex games like Red Dead Redemption 2, Fortnite, Overwatch and League of Legends. The most popular genre of games nowadays is multiplayer shooters... Continue Reading →

MSOT vs. OTD: OMG

By Caylin Dean, Contributing Writer McKendree University is one of the few schools in the area that offers a pre-professional program for occupational therapy; therefore, attracting much attention from prospective students who are interested in the career. Occupational therapy (OT) is a form of rehabilitation that examines a patient holistically and assists them in recovering... Continue Reading →

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