By Farwah Rizvi Flavorful cupcakes were sold between November 26th and November 27th at the UNICEF bake sale. Red Velvet, lemon, chocolate and vanilla cupcakes were sold to students to support children affected by the conflict in Syria. “Around 1 million children are affected by the conflict inside Syria, and more than 100,000 Syrian children … Continue reading UNICEF Bake Sale for Syria
By Samantha Jones, Reporter The Jurica-Suchy Nature Museum is still recovering from water damage after 6,400 gallons of water flooded Birck Hall at the end of October. Approximately 350 specimens were affected, and the museum staff is working with a conservator to get a final analysis of all the damages. Recovery efforts are in full … Continue reading Volunteers and Staff Rebuild : A Look at Recovery Efforts for BenU’s Museum
Tuesday, November 13th at 7:06 p.m. While BenU Police patrolled Ondrak Hall, they observed gang graffiti in the basement bathroom. Housekeeping was notified, and the graffiti was removed. Thursday, November 15th at 11:45 p.m. While University Police were patrolling with K9 Sophie, six subjects were observed walking out of the wooded area at the south … Continue reading Police Reports
By Therese Porod BenU Idol and the BenBash Announcement Party will be taking place on Friday, January 18th at 7:00 p.m. in the Krasa cafeteria. The winners of BenU Idol will receive prizes regarding BenBash, as well as the announcement of the artist that will perform at BenBash, taking place on April 13th. The event … Continue reading This is BenU Idol
By Tom Brown The Benedictine University men’s basketball team traveled to Colorado over thanksgiving break where they competed in the Colorado College tournament. The Eagles lost their two games in the tournament falling Augsburg College on Saturday and losing to Colorado College on Sunday. In their first game of the tournament, the Eagles faced unbeaten … Continue reading Men’s Basketball Drops Two in Colorado
By Tom Brown The Benedictine University women’s basketball teams lost two home games over Thanksgiving break and have now lost four straight to begin the 2012-2013 season. On Wednesday the Eagles hosted North Park University in their home opener at the Dan and Ada Rice Center. The Eagles held their own in the first half … Continue reading Women’s Basketball Loses Two
The winter weather can have a harsh effect on our skin and hair, but the good news is that it’s totally treatable! Try these drugstore products to stay moisturized this season and look great! Olay Active Hydrating Cream: Nothing is worse than dry, flaky skin, so keeping your face moisturized is definitely essential. Applying this … Continue reading Beauty on a Budget: Winter Essentials
By Sarah Younis But don’t obsess, As it can be quick to possess Let’s profess, stress can be a mess! Yet we gotta confess, Without stress, how could we experience bliss? Because stress is like an unexpected guest You might not expect it at first, but its result, you never wanna miss Finals are around … Continue reading Turning Stress to Bless!