Syeda Saberi News Editor Association of Latin American Students (ALAS) will be hosting events throughout the week of September 22nd, in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. This weeklong celebration will consist of a BenTalks seminar of first-generation students, a volleyball and soccer game, a loteria night and much more. National Hispanic Heritage week is … Continue reading Heritage Week at BenU: For the Culture
Andrew Tran Staff Writer In response to numerous vape related illnesses and deaths throughout the United States, the President announced last Wednesday that he will institute a ban on most vaping products to counter the growing e-cigarette epidemic. This ban would remove all non-tobacco flavored vaping products from the market. But would restrictions on vaping … Continue reading Trump Making Moves to Ban Flavored Vapes, But Will It Decrease Vaping Related Illnesses?
Joey Spahn Sports Editor MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – NFL star Antonio Brown suited up for his first game of the season with his new team, the New England Patriots, yet his future is questionable with rape allegations looming from his past. Brown is under heat as rape allegations against him have risen. He is being … Continue reading Brown Debuts as a Patriot – Despite Rape Allegations
Dielle Ochotorena Perspectives Editor "But if a tree falls in the woods, maybe it makes no sound. And if a boy falls for the bishop's closeted son, maybe it makes no story." This story is about a boy named Tanner, who is bisexual, but not fully out in a Mormon dominant town and falls in … Continue reading Book Review: Autoboyography By. Christina Lauren
Sophia Mattimiro Editor-in-Chief According to Owlcation, conspiracy theories can be traced back hundreds of years. Conspiracy theories can range on completely outlandish, or some with a hint of possibility for truth. One outlandish theory is the idea that Area 51, an Air Force base in Nevada, is home to extraterrestrial aliens. The conspiracy theory was … Continue reading Raid on Area 51- Scheduled For This Weekend
Timothy Folliard Sports Writer Chicago, IL - The Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers kicked off the NFL’s 100th annual season with the Packers winning the low-scoring battle 10-3. The 199th matchup between the two teams showcased strong defenses and weak offenses. The Bears and Packers offense only had 93 rushing yards combined. The game … Continue reading Bears Down! Packers Win Season Opener in Defensive Slugfest
Syeda Saberi News Editor The Health Science Recommendation Committee has been around Benedictine University for more than two decades, but this past summer the committee underwent some changes. According to the Administrative Program Director, Dr. Regina Schurman, two reviewers from the National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions (NAAHP), Michael A. Deibel Ph.D. and … Continue reading HSRC to HPRC: More Than Just a Name Change
Joey Spahn Sports Editor Lisle, IL – Trailing 25-19, with 1:21 left on the play clock Benedictine quarterback, Tyler Jarnagin, rifled a ball up the middle to Dylan Leschewski for a 15-yard touchdown pass to take the lead 26-25. This capped off a dramatic comeback victory to open the season for the Eagles. Momentum … Continue reading Eagles Win in a THRLLER