Campus clubs evoke many reactions among students. The Candor's Perspectives Editor Dielle Ochotorena and Staff Writer Andrew Tran debate the merits and challenges of these organizations: Dielle It’s a lot of work to be committed to a club. The majority of students are commuters at Benedictine University so joining a club may derail … Continue reading Are School Clubs Dying? A Discussion
Zaakirah Mujid News Editor Majority of the students who live on campus will leave this Spring break. However, for some students who choose to stay, there is a mandatory fee added to their student account. Students residing in Ondrak, Jaeger and Neuzil dormitory halls are charged an additional $150.00 to stay over Spring break. The … Continue reading Students who Live on Campus over Spring Break
Sophia Mattimiro Scene Editor Forbes recently released an article on this year’s billionaires and it has started a debate on what the definition of “self-made” really is. Kyle Jenner, owner of Kylie Cosmetics and also known for Keeping Up with the Kardashians, was named the youngest self-made billionaire at age 21. Not everyone seems to … Continue reading What Does it Really Mean to be ‘Self-Made’?
Mike Santarelli Sports Editor Lisle—The Benedictine Men’s Lacrosse Team hosts Concordia University of Wisconsin, Wednesday night, at 7 p.m. Both teams are currently 1-0 in the Midwest Lacrosse Conference. The Eagles have won two in a row, scoring 29 goals along the way. Mike Cislak has the hot hand for the Eagles. Cislak has scored 8 … Continue reading Lacrosse Hosts Concordia Wisconsin
Sophia Mattimiro Scene Editor Kyle VanStedum is a senior at Benedictine University studying Criminal Justice. He is also a member of the men’s volleyball team. VanStedum has been playing volleyball since he was in the 7th grade, and was heavily influenced by his family’s participation in the sport. VanStedum is enthusiastic when it comes to … Continue reading BU Tattoos-Kyle VanStedum
Yasmeen Ahmad News Writer Muslim Student Associations from all over the nation take part in Islamic Awareness Week once a year, which is dedicated to spreading awareness about Islam. Benedictine’s MSA hosted multiple events and activities in honor of I.A.W last week. Each day of I.A.W had a theme/ challenge that BenU’s MSA incorporated into … Continue reading Islamic Awareness Week
Dielle Ochotorena Perspectives Editor It’s been one hell of a week for accused sexual abuser and R&B singer, R. Kelly. In three days, he became one of the most hated men in America, get arrested for not paying child support, and then gets released because someone is idiotic enough to still believe his lies of … Continue reading Kelly Ignites at Gayle King in Interview Over Sexual Abuse Claims, Arrested, and Gets Out of Jail… Again
Mike Santarelli Sports Editor The Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference released their first weekly honors for the 2019 season, featuring James Wright as Pitcher of the Week on March 5. “It’s an awesome feeling,” Wright said. Wright, the Junior out of Menomonee Falls, WI, threw for seven innings with seven strikeouts, allowing only two hits, two … Continue reading James Wright, NACC Pitcher of the Week