• IVCC men's and women's basketball play Saturday, Nov. 22 vs. Illinois Central. Tip-off is 1 p.m. for WB.

  • "Jew U" presentation Wednesday, Nov. 19 at noon in CTC125

  • Spring 2015 class registration is under way. Sign up now!

Finding light within darkness

Pat Escatel, IV Leader Columnist

November 6, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Life is full of dark times. So much, that there may be moments we feel as if there is nothing to be joyful about and lose hope that we will ever see the bright side of this world again. We are most vulnerable to slipping into... Read more »

Services promote success

Amy Rogowski, IVCC Student Trustee

November 6, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Hello Eagles! Do you find yourself wondering what does IVCC have to offer students besides just taking classes, playing a sport, or participating in a club? IVCC has an extended list of services geared towards student success.... Read more »

Where is our voice?

Where is our voice?

November 6, 2014

#IVforShe; men embrace feminism

Corey Winchel, IV Leader Sports Editor

October 16, 2014

Filed under Opinion

On Sept. 20 2014, United Nations goodwill ambassador Emma Watson gave a speech about a new campaign for gender equality called HeForShe. When a friend showed me her speech, it immediately resonated with my beliefs and I felt... Read more »

Evaluating student life: IV Leader conducts awareness survey

Michael Westerman, IV Leader A&E Editor

October 16, 2014

Filed under Featured Opinion, Opinion

Inspired by IVCC’s plans to reconstruct the lobby and old counseling center with the student body in mind, our staff decided to take a closer look into student life on campus and how well the $1,750,000 project aligns with that... Read more »

Trustee focuses on fall sports transition

Amy Rogowski, IVCC Student Trustee

October 16, 2014

Filed under Featured Opinion, Opinion

Happy Fall, everyone. We are slowly making the transition from fall to winter sports. There are many great opportunities to show your support to your classmates and their respective teams. Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 6 p.m., the volleyball... Read more »

Beauty of the unknown

Pat Escatel, IV Leader Columnist

October 16, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Life is full of mystery. Depending on the person, this can be viewed as a good or bad thing. Some of us prefer a very regular and predictable lifestyle, while others desire a more spontaneous and unpredictable way of life. Unfortunately,... Read more »

Forgiveness: key to happiness

Pat Escatel, IV Leader Columnist

September 25, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Forgiveness can be a tough thing to give people sometimes. It is often misunderstood. Forgiving someone doesn’t necessarily mean that you are okay with what they did or said to you, it can mean that you are simply choosing... Read more »

Technology failure teaches lessons, forces reflection

Danae Ross, IV Leader Columnist

September 25, 2014

Filed under Opinion

It was a Tuesday night around 8:30 and my car sat parked in front of the Wyanet library, windows down, and hardly a breeze to be found. The air hung hot and heavy as I wiped a bead of sweat from my forehead and hunched over... Read more »

Focus needs to be on abuse, not NFL, football players

Caylee Carter, IV Leader Columnist

September 25, 2014

Filed under Opinion

There have been quite a few stories in the news lately of professional athletes in trouble for abuse. From the video of Ray Rice hitting his then fiancé, Janay Palmer, to the charges against Adrian Peterson for child abuse,... Read more »