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Students and staff are led out of Saugus High School after Nathaniel Berhow opened fire Nov. 14. Photo by KCAL/KCBS.
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Red Flag Laws Emphasized After Saugus High School Shooting

On Nov. 14, student Nathaniel Berhow pulled a semi-automatic handgun and fatally shot two classmates and injured three others on his 16th birthday. The shooting, which lasted 16 seconds, took place at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, Calif. After shooting his classmates, Berhow shot himself in the head, leading to his death on Nov. […]

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Michael Hassan leading the 2019 CATALYST social justice retreat at the Br. David Darst Center. Photo By Caring Bridge.
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Community Comes Together for Michael Hassan

On what started off as a typical Friday evening, uncertain faces across campus stared at their phone screens as they studied the incoming alert service messages, reading, “There has been a major traffic accident at the front of campus.” Less than a week later, the campus community would come together to support the students who […]

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Campus Guidelines Differ From State Rules on Marijuana

On Jan. 1, 2020, recreational marijuana will become legal in Illinois for anyone at and above the age of 21. With legalization comes new legislation and policies, many of which will be exclusive to Lewis students. Marijuana possession will not be allowed on campus, as marijuana is still illegal at the federal level. House Bill […]

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Annual tree lighting illuminates campus Christmas season.
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Tree Lighting Kickstarts Holiday Season

On Dec. 2, after a much-needed Thanksgiving break, faculty, staff, and students were invited to bond together to celebrate one of Lewis’ long standing, annual traditions.  The tradition of lighting trees dates back to 19th century Germany. Originally, trees were lit by candles, but are now illuminated by hundreds of multi-colored light bulbs. Harvard professor […]

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Hidden Gems: Courses Outside of the Box

With the spring semester approaching in a few weeks, many students find themselves wanting to explore course options outside their major and do something new. While others are still exploring their career options.  Not to worry there are a variety of classes students can choose from that have no pre-requisites and are not major specific. […]

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A Vision Into the Future, Flyers at Meet the Firms

On Wednesday, Oct. 30, career services hosted their annual Meet the Firms, a business and technology themed event where students meet prospective employers. Students were required to wear professional attire and bring resumes. There were two parts to the event. The first was a presentation on ways to succeed through networking and the second consisted […]

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