2017: Year of disappointment?

Tess Peterson, Staff Writer

January 31, 2018

Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Politics, Uncategorized

Many people think 2017 May have been one of the worst years ever, full of political disappointments and horrifying natural disasters, but maybe it wasn’t. The past year could also be labeled as the year of the Breakout....

Women March to the Polls

Women March to the Polls

January 29, 2018

Trump's fake school

Trump's fake school

March 21, 2016

Trump’s fake school

Trump’s fake school

March 21, 2016

Slinging mud is easy, effective political maneuver

The Lamp Online Staff

February 22, 2016

Filed under Politics

By Lukas Myers Staff Writer SPRINGFIELD - Mudslinging is to be expected in the wake of every campaign. It is, after-all, an entirely useful mechanic for discrediting the opposition without having any basis in fact whatsoever...

Trump Visits Springfield

The Lamp Online Staff

January 25, 2016

Filed under Politics

  Lamp’s editor reflects on experience of attending rally By Madison Mings Editor SPRINGFIELD- Donald J. Trump visited Springfield on Nov. 9 for a presidential political rally. Tickets were free to the event at Prair...

Springfield medical officials weigh in on Brittany Maynard’s decision for Death with Dignity

The Lamp Online Staff

November 2, 2014

Filed under Local, News, Politics

By Tyler Cameron Staff Writer You, your husband and your parents have moved states. Your husband has taken a leave from his job, and you quit yours. Read More »...

LLCC members discuss aftermath from shooting of Michael Brown

The Lamp Online Staff

November 2, 2014

Filed under News, Opinion, Politics

By Michael Sauer Staff WriterWe all know the story by now. On Aug. 9, a young, unarmed black male named Michael Brown was shot to death by police officer Darren Wilson. Read More »...

Overflow crowd for Jimmy Carter visit at Illinois College in Jacksonville

The Lamp Online Staff

November 2, 2014

Filed under Local, News, Politics

By Nathanael Herbert Staff Writer JACKSONVILLE – More than 100 people were sent home Oct. 14 when Illinois College’s Bruner Center for former President Jimmy Carter’s speech. Read More »...

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