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Thomas A. Gibbons, III

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Journalism student at Dominican University.

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News from Dominican
10/03/2018
Taking a Look at the Dominican Fitness Center

By Thomas Gibbons There is grunting and heavy breathing as sweat drips to the floor. At the mirrors, people put on their best poker face and get to work with dumbbells. What place is this on campus? It's the Fitness Center. Motivation, Hard Work, Commitment, Discipline, and Strength are painted in bold bold...

News from Dominican
09/17/2018
Fall Intramurals are underway at Dominican University

By Thomas Gibbons Dominican's goal with its intramural program is to provide a relaxed yet structured environment while creating opportunities for students to exercise, have fun, develop skills, and build relationships, according to the intramural program's webpage . Intramurals this fall include: the familiar grass volleyball, coed basketball, open bowling and coed five-on-five soccer, as...

Windy City Chronicle
05/14/2017
Wolves Fall to Griffins as Season Ends

Hockey fans walked out of the Allstate Arena for the final time in 2016-2017 as the Chicago Wolves fell 5-2 to the Grand Rapids Griffins on Saturday night. The Griffins won round two of the playoffs vs. the Wolves four games to one and are advancing to the AHL Western Conference Finals.

News from Dominican
11/06/2018
Red Light Cameras are hauling in a lot of money in River Forest

By Thomas Gibbons On North Avenue and Harlem Ave as well as on Lake Street in River Forest, you can find cameras mounted on a light pole. No, they're not security cameras. They're red light cameras. What if I told you those red-light cameras brought in over $5.2 million in citations since 2014?

News from Dominican
12/04/2018
Elmhurst Voters approve District 205 Referendum

By Thomas Gibbons On Election Day, Elmhurst citizens approved of the $168.5 million District 205 referendum to renovate Lincoln and Field schools and upgrade the 11 other schools in the district. The Referendum passed by an overwhelming majority with 62.2 percent compared to the 37.8 against it.

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