Giving More Than the Status Quo

Meredith Geyer, Contributing WriterEnergetic, goofy, caring, feisty, competitive, wearing Lululemon pants…these are just a just a few words that characterize Nathan Townsend, McKendree swim team’s new assistant coach. After growing up in Kingwood, Texas and being a part of an extremely talented swimming community, Nathan developed a love for the sport of swimming. After a... Continue Reading →

Limitless: A Man and his Brand

Christopher Fernandez, Contributing Writer Photo Credits: Ifeolu Adeoye To some, the ideas of limitations in life have kept them from reaching many different places, but for one man and his brand, that mold is in the process of being broken. Ifeolu Adeoye, a man of just 21 years, has started a fight for the betterment... Continue Reading →

Lebanon’s Best Cup of Coffee

Article and pictures by Quinn Polaski, Contributing Writer If you've never noticed, our small town of Lebanon has its own small cafe. The Foundry is a cafe and market situated off the red brick roads of St. Louis Street. I interviewed the owner of the Foundry, Stephanie, to find out more about Lebanon’s best cup... Continue Reading →

An Inspiration to Music

This piece is part of a series called Faculty Friday that focuses on staff at McKendree University. Each Friday, the Review team will highlight a faculty or staff member. By Hayley Luster, Contributing Writer Dr. Jennifer Moder-Bell has been a professor at McKendree University for almost seven years. She is the Associate Professor of Music Education... Continue Reading →

Back on Track

By Madeline Cade, Contributing Writer Pictures from Early in the summer of 2019, McKendree announced that they would be searching for a new Head Men and Women’s Track and Field and Cross Country Coach. While it was slightly unexpected, the team was ready for a new challenge and experience. After a nation-wide search and... Continue Reading →

Be Careful, Passion is Contagious

By Mallory Raber, Contributing Writer I had the privilege of interviewing a bubbly, self-driven, and inspiring McKendree alumna known across campus as Dr. Sara Trask, PhD. Anyone who has taken a class with Dr. Trask can agree that she is all-in when it comes to teaching her students how to improve their communication. All of... Continue Reading →

Basketball – A Tough Sport for Even Tougher People

By Jordan Heberg Private photos by interviewees With today’s modern game of basketball there are various injuries that may occur. There is an estimation of 1.6 million injuries that have been recorded associated with basketball each year. There are a few injuries that happen more often such as ankle sprains, jammed fingers and knee injuries.... Continue Reading →

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