Black History Month Celebrations Begin With Soul Food Buffet

Avery Scott, Staff Writer

February 13, 2020

  The Soul Food Buffet was something that everyone needed. Not only was it a reminder of the diverse culture we have here at IVCC, but it was a day that students could just cut loose, kick back, eat food and listen to...

IVCC Food Pantry Changes Locations

Justice Petersen, Staff Writer

January 28, 2020

By Justice Petersen IV leader Staff The Foundation office would like to let students and faculty know that the location of the Micro Food Pantry has changed. The pantry can now be found inside the Foundation office whic...

How to Avoid the Winter Blues

Sophia Antle, IV Leader Columnist

December 2, 2019

If you’re one of those people who tends to feel a little down during the winter months, you aren’t alone. When it gets colder and darker outside, many people suffer from what is called seasonal depression or Seasonal Affective...

Keep Your Head Up, You’re Almost Through This

Sydney Johnson, Editor in Chief

December 2, 2019

Around this time of the year, it seems like everything is conspiring against us to make us feel like garbage. There’s cold weather, snow and exam season coming right around the corner. I wouldn’t blame you if you’re feeling...

LIL PEEP: A Retrospective

Avery Scott, IV Leader Staff

December 2, 2019

By Avery Scott IV Leader Staff Lil Peep, born Gustav Ahr, was this decades most prevalent artist. Peep’s music combined aspects of varying genres, punk, hip-hop and rock music. Peep was a multi talented artist, model an...

The Seratones: The Next Big Thing In Music

Justice Petersen, IV Leader Columnist

December 2, 2019

By Justice Petersen IV Leader Columnist On Nov. 8, I went up to Monarch Music Hall in Peoria to see two new up and coming bands: the Seratones and Dan Luke and the Raid. I love music and I am all for supporting new bands that...

Students interact at business dinner

Josh Woodward, IV Leader Staff

December 2, 2019

By Josh Woodward IV Leader Staff IVCC hosted its annual Business Etiquette Dinner Nov. 10 for students in business classes and student government. Students who attended the night’s dinner were also accompanied by IVCC faculty ...

Kick Off Holiday Season With ‘Elf’

Nora Missel, IV Leader Staff

December 2, 2019

By Nora Missel IV Leader Staff The well-known story of Buddy the Elf will be taking the stage here at IVCC beginning Nov. 21. Buddy’s story begins in the North Pole, where he comes to realize that he is actually human. After...

Teacher Spotlight: Mike Pecherek

Lillian Moskalewicz, IV Leader Staff

December 2, 2019

By Lillian Moskalewicz IV Leader Staff Mike Pecherek can be seen around IVCC wearing a shirt and tie with a big smile on his face. Here at IVCC, Mike teaches Music Appreciation and Music Theory. Mike’s passion for music...

Agriculture Complex Approved for IVCC

December 2, 2019

An agriculture complex at Illinois Valley Community College took a major step forward Thursday with board approval of construction contracts totaling more than $600,000 for a storage and routine maintenance facility. The 6,000-square-foot...

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