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I-Read director moves to Peer Tutoring Center

Rachel Einhaus, IV Leader Assistant Opinion Editor

January 26

Filed under News

Peer tutoring has a new director this semester. Angela Dunlap, former I-Read program manager, transferred to the peer tutoring program due to insufficient funds for I-Read. The peer tutors are excited to work with Dunlap. Ken...

Foundation scholarship deadline nears

Stephanie Bias, IV Leader Assistant Culture Editor

January 26

Filed under News

The IVCC Foundation scholarship application deadline is Feb. 10, and Donna Swiskoski, administrative assistant and Foundation board secretary, has some advice for students interested in applying. Swiskoski, who has been working...

State falls through on promised money; IVCC looks to make cuts

Lindsey Bennett, IV Leader Opinion Editor

January 26

Filed under News

IVCC still has not received its allotted budget from the state for this year, though a spending plan will be put into place for fiscal year 2018 by July. Upcoming State of the State and budget addresses may both give residents...

Diversity Club to judge writing contest

By Lindsey Bennett

January 26

Filed under A&E, News

    By Lindsey Bennett IV Leader Opinion Editor The Martin Luther King Jr. Writing Contest deadline is Friday, Feb. 10. Participants should email Amanda Cook-Fesperman at [email protected] with...

IVCC and Illini Valley Association of Realtors host blood drive

Aelsa Butler, IV Leader Co-Editor-in-Chief

January 10

Filed under News

Due to a shortage in winter blood donation, IVCC and the Illini Valley Association of Realtors will be hosting an American Red Cross (ARC) blood drive on Jan. 19 from 9 a.m to 2 p.m. in IVCC's gym. The ARC is responsible for...

Kinzinger discuses leadership, time in office at leadership summit

Maddi Loiselle and Aelsa Butler

December 1

Filed under Featured News, News, Uncategorized

Adam Kinzinger gathered with high school students from across the 16th Congressional District for the Fourth Annual Leadership Summit on Nov. 9 at IVCC in the Cultural Center, where he spoke to them about being a leader.   ...

Criminal Justice Association sponsors Justice Walk

By Stephanie Bias, Assistant Culture Editor

December 1

Filed under News

Illinois Valley Community College’s Criminal Justice Association teamed up with LaSalle Police Department’s Officer Santa program for the first ever Justice Walk 2016: Heroes vs. Villains.   The Officer Santa progra...

Reading and writing instructor retires, fulfilled by time at IVCC

Katie Alleman, IV Leader Culture Editor

December 1

Filed under News

As of Dec. 31, after 20 years of teaching at IVCC, Linda Thomas will be retired.   For the first 3 and a half years of her time at IVCC, she was a part time teacher, but has been full time for the last 16 and a half years.  ...

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