Is Time On Bush’s Side? By Ryan Mau

With the Iowa caucuses fast approaching, presidential candidates from both the Democratic and Republican parties are focused on the hard task of getting voters to write their name on the ballot to win the state of Iowa. The Iowa caucus has been known to make or break campaigns on the path to their respective nominations. President Barack Obama, then Senator Obama, was the surprise winner … Continue reading Is Time On Bush’s Side? By Ryan Mau

Finding Simplicity By Cheyenne Coleman

I hear the cars race by. I see the people marching in sync with Hilter’s army as they move themselves around store after store with their Smartphones embedded to their extremities. I hear the cash registers beeping and cards swiping constantly. I see the negative effects that have been caused by greed and control. When does it all become too much? Are we ever happy … Continue reading Finding Simplicity By Cheyenne Coleman

Volunteers Needed for Hospice Compassus

Hospice Compassus is looking for caring, passionate volunteers from the WIU-QC community to provide emotional and spiritual support to patients and their families, as well as a lot of other tasks to make sure the patients are comfortable. Whether you have medical experience or not, this is a great way for students to get involved in the community, give back and learn skills as well … Continue reading Volunteers Needed for Hospice Compassus

Society for Human Resource Management Spring 2016 Schedule

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest HR membership organization devoted to human resource management.  The purpose of our chapter is to provide personal and professional development for those who are interested in the field of HR, or occupations that fall within the same business-related category.  Our chapter will give members the opportunity to develop and grow in leadership skills, public … Continue reading Society for Human Resource Management Spring 2016 Schedule