Magdalena Knapp, Editor in Chief Pictures: mckendree.edu Many things have changed over the past few weeks because of the Coronavirus. It has changed the way we used to live, the way students go to school, […]
By Magdalena Knapp, Editor On Sunday, November 11th, the United States of America stands still for a day to honor all men and women who served in the military for their country. Most of us […]
By Alec Deyong “What makes him do the things he does?” This is a question that many ask about Kanye West, but for Board Certified Behavior Analyst Angela Craven, it is actually her job. Figuring […]
The McKendree University Speech and Debate Team took home 24 awards, including 10 1st place finishes, over its two most recent tournaments at the University of Minnesota and Southwest Baptist University. “This was an impressive […]
By Magdalena Knapp, Editor Tuesday, September 25th, is National Voting Day. To honor this day and raise awareness about voting among students, McKendree University has been promoting voting more than ever before. Come to the Holman […]
By Mackenzie Auten, Contributing Writer McKendree University’s 5th annual Academic Excellence Day Celebration will take place on Thursday, April 26, 2018. On that day, students will have an opportunity to celebrate their scholarly and creative […]
By Sophie Jeffery, Editor Are you a student with a knack for being in the right place at the right time? Have you ever considered a career in journalism? Are you looking for ways to […]
By Sophie Jeffery, Editor Next week is McKendree’s annual Global Awareness Week and the Center for Faith and Spirituality along with the Lyn Huxford Center for Community Service have organized a full week of activities […]
By Essence White McKendree is a very proud university, full of proud students, faculty, and sports teams. The students happily sport clothing or accessories that display the teams and organizations that they are part of […]
By Sophie Jeffery, Editor On Friday, January 26th, faculty members offered a presentation to McKendree students interested in pursuing graduate studies or a gap-year program. Those involved in the presentation came from a wide background […]
By Victoria Sananikone, Contributing Writer Ames Dining Hall is one of McKendree University’s central hubs where students can go to mingle with their friends during a break from class while indulging in the solace of […]
By Merisa Ashbaugh Most students groan and indignantly pay (or procrastinate paying) their parking tickets they are issued on campus. However, paying up is becoming more of a challenge since the tickets have exponentially increased from […]
by Andrew Gardewine, Contributing Writer At larger universities students are given many different options for places to dine and much broader time frames in which to do so. For example: at Illinois State the Watterson […]
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By Emily Stanowski, Staff Writer Much like The McKendree Review, McKendree University’s Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is becoming more active. PBL has been around for many years at McKendree, but wants to become more involved […]
By Grant Riggs, Editor-in-chief McKendree’s fourth annual Academic Excellence Celebration with take place on Thursday, April 27, 2017. No classes will be held that day and all students are encouraged to attend or participate in […]
BY ANNA BELMONTE Staff Writer Recently, we have explored one of McKendree’s plans for the Forward Campaign: the renovation of Voigt Science Hall. Now let’s turn our attention to another objective: the renovation of Holman […]
BY ANNA BELMONTE Staff Writer Built in 1965, Voigt Science Hall is trailing behind the growth of the science and technology programs here at McKendree University. Voigt, like most of the buildings on campus, has […]
BY ALEXIS PORTER Contributing Writer As part of a University-wide initiative to attract a more diverse student population, the McKendree University Athletic Department has added two new teams for the 2016-17 season. This year a […]
BY LAUREN REEVES Staff Writer Money for classes. Money for books. Money for food. Money plays a big role in a college student’s life. Students are constantly reminded about how much money is needed for […]
BY JOE BLASDEL
Adviser of the speech and debate team
In the last two weekends, the McKendree University Speech and Debate team took home 18 awards, including two team sweepstakes awards at the Missouri’s state tournament.
“This team has worked hard throughout the year, and our late season success is a testament to that work,” said Joe Blasdel. “This team has both the ability and discipline to put together some excellent nationals performances.”
15 colleges and universities, including Rice University, the University of Missouri and Purdue University, attended Loyola University’s National Warmup on Feb. 12-14. Representing McKendree was senior Rodney McBride and sophomores Alex Baldwin, Adam Kaul and Gage Simmons. Kaul and McBride posted a 5-3 record, finishing as double-octofinalists. Baldwin and Simmons also went 5-3 and were recognized as double-octofinalists.
Don’t forget Nov. 15 – 21 is Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week! The Lyn Huxford Center for Community Service is putting on many events throughout the week.
Nov. 13 – 19
Canned Goods Sculpture Contest – Campus-wide
Build a beautiful sculpture for a good cause. All proceeds will be donated to a local food pantry.
Monday, Nov. 16
Faculty Fashion Show – At noon in Ames Dining Hall
Check out your favorite faculty member modeling outfits that will be donated to a local shelter as a full set.
BY JENNA MORRIS & MAGGIE MUELLER, STAFF WRITERS Community service plays a large role at McKendree University. Many students are actively involved with the Lyn Huxford Center for Community Service (CCS) and take time out […]
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