IT: Chapter Two Built on Brilliance or Just Another Stinky Sequel?

Review by Ashley Hanson   In 2017, IT: Chapter One (the much-anticipated adaptation of Stephen King’s acclaimed horror novel, It) was perhaps one of the most pleasantly surprising and riveting installations in what’s become a seemingly endless Hollywood trend. All of us cinephiles—especially in the middlemost generations like the Millennials and Gen Z-ers—have either settled comfortably into the idea of “remake culture” (where almost every … Continue reading IT: Chapter Two Built on Brilliance or Just Another Stinky Sequel?

WIU Founders’ Day Celebrations

WIU Founders’ Day Sept. 23 & 24   MACOMB/MOLINE, IL — In 1899, a bill to establish Western Illinois University (then called Western Illinois State Normal School) was passed by the state legislature. Macomb was selected in 1900 as the location for the new normal school in west central Illinois, and on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 1902, Western Illinois State Normal School opened its doors for … Continue reading WIU Founders’ Day Celebrations


Resume and Career Preparation Presentation OPEN TO ALL WIU STUDENTS Where: WIU-QC Riverfront Hall When: Wednesday, Sept.18, 2019 from 2:00–4:00, RM 207D and 211E Twenty-minute, one-on-one individual resume review and Schedule an appointment here Wednesday, September 18, 2019, from 4:10 – 5:00, RM 120 STAR Interview Techniques and Career Fair Tips Presentation Contact: Dr. McGarry ( with questions Bring two hard copies of your resume. Come dressed … Continue reading Caterpillar