Why Thrift Stores Rock By: Margaret Laupp

This might be the hipster in me talking, but I love thrift stores. From the chain stores like Goodwill and Salvation Army to the local mom n’ pop operations, to the upscale “secondhand boutiques”, nothing makes me more intrigued than seeing a thrift store in town. And I’ve decided to share with the world just why you should get excited over them too. The Price … Continue reading Why Thrift Stores Rock By: Margaret Laupp

WIU QC Psychology Club NAMIWalk Fundraiser By: Stephanie Hoover

The Psychology Club would like to give a BIG THANK YOU to everyone who helped in raising funds and awareness for mental health issues and awareness from the spare change you may have donated to the big bills you were able to invest; every bit added up to our grand total of raising $628.50. This greatly surpassed our goal and we are so grateful to … Continue reading WIU QC Psychology Club NAMIWalk Fundraiser By: Stephanie Hoover

POG vs Grunt, An Age- Old Rivalry By: Luke Cummings

Grunts and POGs have been trading blows since the inception of military forces. It’s generally all healthy banter, but in some cases it can get heated. Chances are, you don’t even know what the acronym POG stands for. If you do, this could either make you smile or make you bare your teeth and clench your fists. POG (or chair-force, paper-pusher, pen-wielder, keyboard warrior) is … Continue reading POG vs Grunt, An Age- Old Rivalry By: Luke Cummings

Active Shooter Drill Participation By: Devon Hulsey

  My name is Devon Hulsey and I am the President of the Criminal Justice Society at WIU-QC. Today, myself and Kelsey PB (Vice President) had the opportunity to participate in an Active Shooter Drill hosted by Rock Island County Sheriff’s Department at the MetroLINK garage in Rock Island. It was a very cool learning experience as criminal justice students to see their SWAT officers … Continue reading Active Shooter Drill Participation By: Devon Hulsey