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Saint Pablo

Posted by on Oct 19, 2016 in Entertainment, Heartland News, Music | 0 comments

After an extremely hectic week, which included his wife getting robbed and cancelling a handful of shows, Kanye West returned to his hometown of Chicago on Oct. 8 to reboot his Saint Pablo Tour.

Performing in front of a sold out venue, West put on a revolutionary performance, turning All State Arena into a sea of 18,500 moshing fans.

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Posted by on Oct 18, 2016 in Community News, Heartland News, Voices | 0 comments

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NFL Week 6 Best and Worst

Posted by on Oct 18, 2016 in Heartland News, Sports | 0 comments


Drew Brees (QB New Orleans Saints): Drew Brees once again tops the quarterback charts in a magnificent week 6 performance. Brees finished off a strong performance against the Carolina Panthers with 465 passing yards and 4 touchdowns to accompany. With more performances like this, Brees may be able to turn the Saints around to a winning team.

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Offbeat Praise for Tallulah (**SPOILERS**)

Posted by on Oct 17, 2016 in Entertainment, Heartland News | 0 comments

If you’re anything like this reporter, then you can agree with the overall sentiment that when it comes to acting, both Ellen Page and Allison Janney can do no wrong. During their long careers of both popular and independent works – some film and some television – both actresses have prove

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Clowning Around

Posted by on Oct 11, 2016 in Community News, Heartland News | 0 comments

Since August, many of you have seen, read or maybe even experienced the “clown crisis” within the United States. Last Monday night, social media was flooded about clown sightings, specifically near Turner Hall on ISU’s campus.

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Horror Movie Season

Posted by on Oct 11, 2016 in Entertainment, Heartland News | 0 comments

Halloween season: originally a specific  religious eve before honoring saints, progressively morphed into a menacing mix of monster movie marathons and  the designated time of year where anyone can sprint  in a hockey mask wielding bloody machetes and not receive psychiatric evaluations.

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Transfer Month

Posted by on Oct 10, 2016 in Heartland News | 0 comments

October is transfer month!

It takes planning to make a smooth transfer from HCC to a four-year college or university. Let us help and Win cool college swag all month!

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10 Best Things About Fall

Posted by on Oct 7, 2016 in Entertainment, Heartland News | 1 comment

We all saw it coming once classes started, and some of us sat waiting in front of our calendars for September to roll around. From the pumpkin spice lattes to the cozy sweaters, autumn has become the favorite season for many of us. But what’s not to love? You can try to argue that autumn isn’t the best season, but I’m sure you’ll change your mind after these 10 best things about fall.

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Bloomington-Normal Zombie Walk

Posted by on Oct 6, 2016 in Community News, Heartland News | 1 comment

October was kicked off on Saturday by a very creepy, very creative event in Anderson Park that may have caught the attention of passers-by. The 7th Annual Bloomington-Normal Zombie Walk took over the park, and it was blood and guts galore.

While the walk and corresponding activities are free, donations are collected, and the money made from raffle sales are all donated to the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA).

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Cycling For a Cause (Part II)

Posted by on Oct 4, 2016 in Community News, Heartland News | 1 comment

Jennifer Cherry, an English professor here at Heartland, shared with us her journey to becoming a skilled distance bike rider over the years, leading up to her first Bike the Us for MS back in 2012.

“2012 was tough, because of my Mom passing, but I was kept busy preparing for the ride,” she said. “But physically I was fine, I was just emotionally drained. This year, I was fine emotionally. This year, I was ready to have fun. We are all there for the same reason, to raise money for MS research.”

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