Henry Worsley, defeated by Nature’s Conditions
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Henry Worsley, defeated by Nature’s Conditions

On Jan. 25, of the year 2016, Antarctic explorer Henry Worsley, died after covering 900 miles on foot. He was attempting to be the first person in history…

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Student Life hosts Weekly Programming at the U
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Student Life hosts Weekly Programming at the U

When you walk into the U building, the first thing you might notice (other than the huge cafeteria) is the game room/lounge in the back. Students enjoy the…

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Celebrating Film Instructor Dan Pal
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Celebrating Film Instructor Dan Pal

This month’s Applause calendar celebrates film instructor Dan Pal, named the 2015 Adjunct Professor of the year. Established in 1990 to “recognize outstanding adjunct faculty” according to Moraine,…

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Moraine alumni gets nominated for acting award
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Moraine alumni gets nominated for acting award

As a young adolescence, Robert James Cecott, who goes by the name RJ, has developed a passion for acting and theater. After spending two years at Moraine, Cecott…

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Hooking Up With The Second City
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Hooking Up With The Second City

Everyone has stories of failed and blossomed love. Whether it be romantic interests disliked by one’s family, robotic partners, or love beyond cultures, Second City covered it all…

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The Man in the Making: Charlie Bowman
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The Man in the Making: Charlie Bowman

Past Moraine Valley Community College Alumni, Charlie Bowman at only 21-years-old, is well on his way towards the stars. Guitarist and songwriter, Charlie Bowman, has had many successes…

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Appreciating Amy Lubke
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Appreciating Amy Lubke

Famous Chicago-born architect Daniel Burnham once said, “Make no small plans.” For Moraine Valley alum and professor Amy Lubke, this quote can best reflect her own philosophy. Like…

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Hands-on learning of a lifetime in Quebec, Canada
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Hands-on learning of a lifetime in Quebec, Canada

Moraine students can earn one credit hour while exploring 400 years of history and culture in Quebec City, Canada. The city is dubbed as a UNESCO world heritage…

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Students Life Welcomes Moraine Students
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Students Life Welcomes Moraine Students

Upon return from their extended vacation into the sprawling bustle of spring semester life, it’s easy for a student to fall into a rude awakening. Luckily, Student Life…

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Moraine students spring into action
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Moraine students spring into action

Spring has come, and Moraine Valley welcomed it in with open arms. Spring Fest was held in the G building on April 22 because weather conditions did not…

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