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Governors State University Responds to Violence

Governors State University Responds to Violence

On Nov. 1, 2017, Governors State University hosted, “Respond To Violence, Impact of Mental Health.” This multifaceted event covered the many issues regarding violence and the impact it has within the Chicago city limits and beyond. The Respond to Violence campaign is two fold, as it serves as a resource via the web but also […]

Hair-Raising Monsters

Hair-Raising Monsters

The Halloween season is filled with costumes and decorations to frighten. The countries that celebrate are exposed to Frankenstein, vampires, ghouls, zombies, and ghosts. However, there are creepy creatures that are relatively unknown. In fact, there are many creepy monsters living in the world. Canadian Monsters In Canada, a new creature was accidentally discovered living beneath the Arctic […]

Astronaut Scott Kelly Announces Autobiography

Astronaut Scott Kelly Announces Autobiography

Scott Kelly announced the details of his autobiography on Oct. 11, 2017. The retired astronaut explained that he chose to write his tale in a non-traditional manner. In “Endurance: A Year in Space, A Lifetime of Discovery,” published by Knopf, he wrote about all of his experiences, not only the good or educational times but the whole […]

Extreme Weather Has Extreme Consequences

Extreme Weather Has Extreme Consequences

The importance of the extreme weather and climate change have been the center of debate for many years. The world superpowers have worked on this matter to get an appropriate resolution. Are those efforts enough to detain the extreme weather? Although it is known how the mother nature can react, it seems the world has not reached bottom about this […]

Irma Downgraded to Tropical Storm

Irma Downgraded to Tropical Storm

Even though Hurricane Irma was downgraded to a tropical storm, it is still packing winds of 60 m.p.h. The National Weather Service (NWS) updates for Sept. 11, 2017, indicates it continues to be a threat. Even though Irma is moving inland and losing its strength, it is bringing flooding rains, tornado threats, and high winds. […]

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