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Marching to the beat of your Docs

Marching to the beat of your Docs

By Aaron Elliott, Staff Reporter April 28, 2022

Flowers are coming up all around us, the skies are gray with a hint of blue here and there and birds are chirping all around. Spring has officially sprung in our beautifully scenic campus and students...

Everything Everywhere All at Once review

Everything Everywhere All at Once Review

By Zaden Dennis , Staff Reporter April 28, 2022

It’s not very often that we get to experience something that is truly new and unique, whether it be in film or in the world in general. When it comes to the world itself, we are often the barrier between...

“Elden Ring” re-establishes what video games can achieve

“Elden Ring” re-establishes what video games can achieve

By Zaden Dennis, Staff Reporter April 25, 2022

In the summer of 2019, at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), developer FromSoftware announced what would eventually become one of the most anticipated games of all time, “Elden Ring.”  The...

You are trying too hard

By Aaron Elliot, Staff Reporter April 21, 2022

Might I address something that hasn't been spoken about much? I would like to say something a bit controversial in the fashion world, and I do not want to be chastised for it because these are from my...

Opinion: As Ukraine enters peace talks, concessions may be necessary

By Ethan Braun , Staff Reporter April 4, 2022

Vladimir Putin’s reckless, full-scale invasion of Ukraine has taken an enormous toll on both countries involved in the conflict. Destruction and misery have followed in the wake of the Russian forces...

I hope you had a good life

I hope you had a good life

By Aaron Elliot, Staff Reporter March 30, 2022

Saturday mornings are for sitting outside on a stoop waiting for someone to come unlock their relatives front door just for me to snoop through their mothers unmentionable drawer. I have a problem. I love...

“Turning Red” is Pixar’s best in more than a decade

“Turning Red” is Pixar’s best in more than a decade

By Zaden Dennis , Staff Reporter March 30, 2022

As someone who has been mostly jaded with Disney and Pixar’s animated efforts in the past few years (aside from occasional standouts like 2020’s “Soul”), the early buzz surrounding “Turning Red”...

What SIU Students have to say about Biden and the Student Debt Crisis

By Ethan Braun, Staff Reporter March 16, 2022

As the total national student debt rises year after year, more and more are calling for widespread loan forgiveness. According to research team the Education Data Initiative, the national student debt...

Members of the Peace Coalition of Southern Illinois protest the U.S. involvement in the Russia and Ukraine conflict Feb. 5, 2022 in Carbondale, Ill.

Letter to the editor: Russo-Ukrainian crisis requires nuance

By Isaac Ludington, Political Science Student February 10, 2022

While reading the February 9, 2022, print edition, I was interested to see coverage of a local demonstration by the Peace Coalition of Southern Illinois against U.S. involvement in the Russo-Ukrainian...

Foreword: The environment and racialized development

By Jason Flynn, Managing Editor January 13, 2022

After nearly two years of societal upheaval due, in large part, to the COVID-19 pandemic, it can be easy to push anything not of the most immediate importance to the back of the mind.  When a school...

At the Storm Lake Times, five of the 10-person staff are members of the Cullen family.

Editorial: Newspaper documentary shows highlights and pitfalls of small town journalism

By Annie Hammock, Managing Editor October 22, 2021

A small town is about as strong as its newspapers and its banks, according to the Pulitzer Prize winning editor of  Storm Lake Times, Art Cullen. His family’s newspaper, and what it means to his town,...

Kanye West is back to making great music on ‘Donda’

Kanye West is back to making great music on ‘Donda’

By Nick Karpinski , Graduate Contributor September 13, 2021

Score: 8/10 While preparing to write my review on Kanye West’s 10th studio project, ‘Donda,’ and after proper due diligence —  listening to it on my headphones, through a speaker and occasionally...

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