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Music During the Pandemic

Brianna Sloop, IV Leader Staff

September 17, 2020

According to Michael Pecherek, head of IVCC's music department, the global pandemic has devastated the music and performing arts in Illinois. Due to Covid-19 guidelines such as wearing a mask,  maintaining a six foot distance...

River Currents Hosts Launch Party

Mason Lucas, IV Leader Staff Writer

May 3, 2018

River Currents hosted a launch party April 26 to celebrate the publishing of the River Currents. River Currents had food and refreshments, let those who attended talk among each other as well as read and talk about what was...

“The Post” Review

Chase Ochsner, Staff Writer

May 2, 2018

“The Post," directed by legendary filmmaker Steven Spielberg, is a political drama dealing with conflict of Vietnam dating back to the Truman administration. This film features Tom Hanks as reporter Ben Bradlee, Meryl Streep as K...

What are African-American superheroes trying to say?

J.Q. Church, Web Advisor

April 26, 2018

On Sept. 16, 2016, Netflix released a straight-to-series season of “Luke Cage” where we were finally introduced to the bulletproof D-list hero, formally known as Marvel’s Power Man, in modern day Harlem. Only two years...

Trammel takes the stage: IVCC freshman shines

Summer Hoagland-Abernathy, Culture Editor

March 8, 2018

It takes a talented actor to play two twins in one play, and IVCC found that talent in Alexis Trammel. In the school’s spring musical “Disaster!,” Trammel will be playing the roles of Lisa and Ben, the children of a ditsy...

Jake Wertz, Columnist

January 25, 2018

People who like to read know that books can be an expensive to buy continuously to keep up with a heavy reading habit. While books can be bought cheap, it is still hard to keep up with a mind’s demand of physical books, but...

The world is saying “Me Too”                                       
Now that a new light is being shed on sexual harassment and abuse, people are speaking out and telling each other that they are not alone.

A call for empowerment

January 25, 2018

Program offered on connecting with senses

Staff, Staff Writer

October 12, 2017

Illinois Valley Community College’s Continuing Education Center will offer “Define and Connect With Your Sixth Sense” from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26 in CTC124. The one-session course focuses on the most common...

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