“Project X” is one of the dumbest movies I’ve ever seen. It’s not completely terrible, but it’s darn close.
“The Living Mississippi: From Twain to Today”, a photo exhibit displayed in Roberta’s Gallery, pairs classic literature with a set of surprising before and after pictures of the Mississippi River.
Every year the Theatre/Dance Department puts together DanceScapes, a dance concert allowing students and faculty members to showcase performances they’ve been working on throughout the entire academic year.
History was made in Champaign, Ill., last Saturday when the women’s wheelchair basketball team won its first national championship. The Warhawks defeated the three-time defending champs, the University of Alabama, 63-34.
The men’s wheelchair basketball team won its second straight national championship last weekend, after facing the University of Illinois in the National Wheelchair Basketball Tournament Championship game for the fourth consecutive year.
A national championship is like the Super Bowl. It is great to get there, but upon advancing to that stage athletes want to win it.
That’s probably what the No. 6 Warhawks were feeling going into the NCAA Championship in La Crosse over the weekend.
The men’s and women’s track and field teams finished eighth and 21st respectively at the NCAA Division-III Indoor Championships this last weekend.
The Warhawks sent 10 athletes to Grinnell College for the championships in Iowa. Two of the three women and five of the seven men earned All-American honors.
The last time the men’s basketball team advanced to the Final Four, head coach Pat Miller was the guard for the 1989 team and eventually went on to win the program its second national championship.
This past Saturday against Lake Forest College and Carthage College the Warhawks ended up going 6-0 in singles against both schools, as well as 2-1 on the doubles side. Resulting in total scores of 8-1 over both Lake Forest and Carthage College.
Four years ago, sophomore Megan Lynch woke up in the hospital paralyzed from the neck down after hitting Continue…