The Review Crew

Vol. 92, Iss. 3 Editors Kimberly Bennett Co-Editor-in-Chief Natalie VanBooven Co-Editor-in-Chief Mindy Allen Assistant Editor Emily Lucia Assistant Editor / Web Designer Editing Team Mindy Allen Kimberly Bennett Natalie Van Booven Emily Lucia In This Issue Mindy Allen Lauren Apetz Will Basler Kimberly Bennett Donna Bick Joseph Blasdel, PhD Rick Bonsall, PhD Trent Boyer Katie... Continue Reading →

Letter from the Editors

Letter from the Editors Hello, We would like to encourage McKendree students and staff to submit articles to the McKendree Review as much as possible! If you’re attending a McKendree-related event, please write about it! The Review wants to learn about it! As a reminder, we welcome opinions such as political pieces, TV show reviews... Continue Reading →

McKendree Speech & Debate Finishes Regular Season with Strong Performances

BY JOE BLASDEL, PhD. McKendree University's speech and debate team finished its regular season with strong performances at the Missouri State Tournament and the Loyola National Warm-Up, taking home a total of 16 awards. “This team has worked hard all year and it really showed this weekend,” said Joe Blasdel. “We had some incredible results,... Continue Reading →

McKendree Speech Team Takes 1st Place in Three Events at Murray State University

BY JOE BLASDEL, PhD The McKendree University speech team took home 13 awards this weekend, including Spencer Marcum’s win as the top overall performer at the second half. Fourteen colleges and universities, including Western Kentucky University, the University of Alabama, and Belmont University attended Murray State University’s Jackson Purchase Swing on February 8-9. Representing McKendree... Continue Reading →

Can You Say “Clunky,” “Idiotic,” or How About “Bass-ackwards?”

 BY DONNA BICK _______________________Have you ever walked into a room with a look of annoyance written all over your face, and thought, “Are you kidding me?!”I did this a while ago when I walked into Voight’s computer room. I immediately walkedout and thought, “I’m sure glad I don’t have many classes in this building!” Luckily,... Continue Reading →

Hidden Treasures

BY ANDREW OLDEN Students at McKendree University join the campus community unaware of becoming part of an institution built on a rich history coupled with a modern flare. Often times the average student overlooks the deep historical connections the university has tucked away within its various buildings and departments. One hidden gem that managed to... Continue Reading →

Snowmaggeddon: Deadly Winter Storms Blast the South & Northeast

BY CHRSTYNA PHILLIPS _________________________________________________ Hundreds of thousands of homes, schools and businesses were without power in Georgia and the Carolinas as a fierce winter storm cut an icy strip across much of the South, bringing traffic to a complete standstill and stranding both students and travelers. The massive storm threatened to knock out power for... Continue Reading →

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