Jensen vs. Bjergsen: An NA LCS Finals for the Ages

By: Dan Dankert Stunned. After the NA LCS finals Sunday, I sat in my chair with my hands on my head, speechless and not believing what I was witnessing. Poof. With a blink of an eye Cloud 9 mid laner Jensen was deleted from the fight just outside of Baron Buff and with his deletion also came the deletion of Cloud 9’s hopes of reclaiming … Continue reading Jensen vs. Bjergsen: An NA LCS Finals for the Ages

A Review of “Life”

by: Sean Harrison – Directed by: Daniel Espinosa Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal (Dr. David Jordan), Rebecca Ferguson (Dr. Miranda North), Ryan Reynolds (Rory Adams), Hiroyuki Sanada (Sho Kendo), Ariyon Bakare (Hugh Derry), Olga Dihovichnaya (Katerina Golovkina)             Taking place on the International Space Station, Life is the latest trapped-in-space horror movie.  As a result, comparison to Alien is imminent.  Thankfully, though, in the case of this … Continue reading A Review of “Life”

Chess Club

By: Dan Dankert Historians believe chess is one of the oldest strategy games in existence. It dates back to 6th century A.D. and was created in northern India. Though it’s been around for well over a thousand years, chess is still rather prominent today. Here at WIU-QC we have a newly formed chess club that is bringing the ancient game to our modern campus. I … Continue reading Chess Club

Food Pantry Open: Fighting Food Insecurity

By: Dan Dankert Food insecurity. What does that mean to me? It represents the millions of Americans who don’t have enough money to pay the bills, and put food on the table. Millions of Americans of all ages suffer from hunger every year in various levels. Recently, studies have begun to show that food insecurity is running rampant across college campuses. Here at WIU-QC we … Continue reading Food Pantry Open: Fighting Food Insecurity