Keanu Review By: Sean Harrison

Directed by Peter Atencio, “Keanu” is the first movie starring the comedy team of Keegan Michael Key and Jorden Peele.  In addition, the movie also stars Method Man and Luis Guzman as the two antagonist.  It is, in effect, what you would expect from a movie starring Key and Peele and in fact it feels a bit like an extended skit from their show, basically … Continue reading Keanu Review By: Sean Harrison

Security: Is it the Enemy? By: Cheyenne Coleman

Is security really a necessity? In today’s world, we are practically guaranteed security. We have winter coats and heat to keep us warm, food in the fridge, and cars to get us places. To many of us, we think it is a necessity because we are so afraid  of uncertainty. There comes a time, hopefully sooner than later, that we find time limited. I often … Continue reading Security: Is it the Enemy? By: Cheyenne Coleman

Cure for Caiden By:Stephanie Hoover

Never did I think that I’d be writing something quite like this. As an undergrad at Western Illinois University I was accepted into the AmeriCorps Early Childhood Literacy Program that placed me at Skip-a-Long preschool in Moline Illinois. Toward the end of my internship I was hired on and later given a full-time position. I became Miss Stephanie for the Penguin room. With this position … Continue reading Cure for Caiden By:Stephanie Hoover

“SITREP” Publication Coming Soon By: Luke Cummings

I want to use this opportunity to make you all aware of one of WIU’s newest and very important publications, “SITREP:  Veteran Perspectives of Combat and Peace.” This publication is authored and edited entirely by veteran students and alumni, along with the help of some amazing faculty members. The term “SITREP” stands for “situation report,” and is given to those radio communications in the military … Continue reading “SITREP” Publication Coming Soon By: Luke Cummings