On Valentine’s Day a group of students, faculty and staff took the Campbell Student Union by storm with a flash mob to raise awareness for domestic violence. They were working with One Billion Rising,... (more...)
Abled and Differently Abled People Together (ADAPT ) held their third annual Basketball Game on Sat. March 1. The game featured Kenosha’s Gold and Blue Special Olympics teams which faced off against... read story
On Wednesday of last week, Carthage College hosted the Civil War Museum of Kenosha’s historical one-act, one-man play titled, “The Man Who Knew Lincoln.” Performed by Ron Halvorsen, playing the role... read story
Nature does not follow Man’s calculated dates. The seasons do not come and go when called upon and the Earth does not know when the cold winter’s time is finally up. Because of this, the weather is... read story
Most video games offer a valve for students to express creativity and release stress or occupy boredom. But, what happens when these games also generate bonds between players from nations around the world?... read story
Generation Y has been deemed as social networking obsessed and so tied to their phones they forget to talk to people. This classification may ring true to a majority of our culture, but there does stand... read story
Entertainment news usually is not something I find worth paying attention to, especially when it involves lawsuits in Hollywood, but, as is true for anything, there is always an exception.
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