• Spring 2015 class registration starts Tues. Nov. 4

  • "Dames at Sea" performed at 8 p.m. Oct. 16-19 and 23-26 at St. Bede Little Theater

  • Dr. Todd Culp Palestine lecture Friday, Oct. 17 12-1:30 CTC124

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 »

Does a student’s health affect college experience?

Pat Escatel, IV Leader Columnist

September 4, 2014

Filed under Featured Opinion, Opinion, Uncategorized

Maintaining good overall health can be very challenging for a college student who is balancing a loaded school schedule and a busy work schedule. Living a hectic life like this can leave very little time to focus on one’s... Read more »

Trustee’s Corner: Spirit Day approaches

Amy Rogowski, IVCC Student Trustee

September 4, 2014

Filed under Featured Opinion, Opinion

Hello, IVCC students! I hope everyone is enjoying the first few weeks of the semester. I would like to re-introduce myself, I am Amy Rogowski, your 2014-2015 student trustee. It's my job to be the voice of the student body... Read more »

Weighing In On the Minimum Wage Debate

Ali Braboy, Opinion Editor

April 10, 2014

Filed under Featured Opinion, Opinion

With President Barack Obama proposing to raise the federal minimum wage of the U.S. in his State of the Union Address from $7.25 an hour to $10.10 an hour, there is a lot of controversy over the long and short term effects. Many... Read more »