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STAFF EDITORIAL: Accuracy of alcohol breath tests is necessary

Staff Editorial

November 3, 2019

An investigation by The New York Times published Sunday revealed shocking findings about the credibility and accuracy of alcohol breath test machines across the U.S. Tens of thousands of court cases involving alcohol breath tests have already been thrown out nationwide, in some cases faulty machines we...

FEATURE PHOTO: Hitting the books outdoors

FEATURE PHOTO: Hitting the books outdoors

Karina Delgado, Associate News Editor

August 28, 2019

Sabreena Weisenberger, a freshman undecided major, decides to study for her EIU Foundations class outside the Library Quad. Weisenberger explained how the weather was nice and needed to get out of her dorm from Thomas Hall to have some fresh air.

College 101: SSC, students cite steps for success

College 101: SSC, students cite steps for success

Imani Tapley, Staff Reporter

August 26, 2019

At the beginning of a new semester, students are finding new ways to succeed with new study habits.  Sophomore psychology major Brianna Townsend said she studies best when she uses highlighters.   Townsend said listening to instrumental music could actually help people study. “Try not to li...

FEATURE PHOTO: Mid-week studying

FEATURE PHOTO: Mid-week studying

Raine Zhu, Photographer

June 12, 2019

Cheung Ho Hon, a sophomore civil engineering student at Lake Land College, studies in Booth Library Wednesday afternoon. Cheung said he is from Hong Kong and has one class this summer. He will transfer to Purdue University in the upcoming fall semester.

Students share how they have been preparing for midterms

Shamaine Ware, Contributing Writer

February 25, 2019

Students on campus have been preparing for midterms for the last three weeks. Jacob Myers, a junior majoring in criminal justice, said he had three midterms, and they were giving him anxiety. “I’m scared about the questions (on the midterms). Are they going to match what was on the study guide?” Myers said. ...

Taking the time for self care is worth it

Megan Keane, Columnist

October 24, 2018

It’s officially that point in the semester where I forget I’m a human being. Symptoms of this include: running on two hours of sleep, slurping down coffee like a fiend, realizing you started reading a book for fun FOUR WEEKS AGO, forgetting which day of the week it is frequently, having trouble ...

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