Math major teaches choreography

Paul Watson, Lamp staff

May 10, 2019

Mathematical formulae and fancy footwork do not necessarily seem compatible unless you are Skyler Dodson, a Lincoln Land Community College mathematics major and volunteer choreographer for the Lutheran High School drama department. The...

Review: Vinnick brings varied style, tone to concert

Paul Watson, Lamp staff

May 3, 2019

Suzie Vinnick used a wide range of vocal tones from mellifluous to growling when she sang songs spanning the Americana, country and blues genres in the Thorne Deuel Auditorium in the basement of the Illinois State Museum. Vinnick...

Illinois State Museum concert rings melodically

Paul Watson, Lamp staff

April 2, 2019

Acoustic music, singing and humorous banter filled the Thorne Deuel Auditorium in the basement of the Illinois State Museum. Wil Maring and Robert Bowlin performed original compositions and covered Americana, folk and blues...

Review: Enemy by Denis Villeneuve

Regina Ivy, Lamp staff

November 9, 2018

The movie “Enemy” directed by Denis Villeneuve is a suspenseful psychological thriller that explores themes of masculinity and infidelity in marriage. In this film, we follow Adam Bell, a college professor who is a slave to his mundan...

Review: Venom

Riley Bergman, Lamp staff

November 7, 2018

Superhero movies are extremely common these days. Since 2000, roughly 370 different superhero movies and TV shows have been produced. Some of the major production companies behind these heroes are Marvel Studios, known for The Avengers (2012), Disney for T...

Young musician already living dream

Dylan Surprenant, Lamp staff

October 17, 2018

Musical talent comes naturally to Natalie Henrikson. Whether it’s playing some keys off of the piano or strumming the keys to her guitar, music is her way of life. Tonya Henrikson, Natalie’s mom, said that “Nat...

Book not anti-Trump

Book not anti-Trump

October 16, 2018

Terror returns for more scares

Kierra Harris, Lamp staff

October 15, 2018

Shawn McKinney loves Halloween. After visiting Disney World's Haunted Mansion, McKinney thought he'd like to bring the same experience to Petersburg. McKinney's vision was Disney with a twist, and thus Terror on the Square...

Review: Glimpse of U.S. border

Teresa Brummett, Lamp staff

October 9, 2018

Book Review: "The Line Becomes A River" Author: Francisco Cantú This book gives a glimpse into the factual and emotional years that Francisco Cantú spent as an Officer for the U.S./Mexican Border Patrol. He explains...