By Therese Porod The 5th floor of Kindlon will be the new home to Benedictine University’s art gallery, along with a faculty lounge for speakers and lectures,and Center for Learning and Development offices, according to Teresa Parker, Art Collection Curator and Fine Arts Instructor. “It’s such a dream come true. I can’t believe it,” said … Continue reading Art Gallery Coming Soon
By Samantha Jones, Reporter This year’s flu season is proving to be one for the record books. Hundreds of thousands have contracted the disease and the number of deaths continues to rise throughout the country. Symptoms resemble those of a cold so influenza can be difficult to diagnose. It’s far from over, but there are … Continue reading Fighting back: How to protect yourself this flu season
By Therese Porod Wednesday, January 16th at 9:40 p.m. There was the smell of marijuana in Jaeger Hall. There was a male non-student who was smoking and was in possession of marijuana. The subject was cited $200 and trespassed from the University. Friday, January 18th at 10:25 p.m. While in Jaeger Hall, there were a … Continue reading Police Reports
By Saimah Shareef The Navigating Veteran’s Benefit took place Monday, January 28 in Kindlon fireside lounge. The event ran as a forum followed by a social, going from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Organized by the unofficial Veterans Service committee here at Benedictine University, the event served the purpose of informing people about the benefits and services offered … Continue reading Navigating Veteran’s Benefit
By Tom Brown The Benedictine University men’s and women’s track and field teams both competed at Olivet Nazarene University as part of the Division III/NAIA challenge. The men’s team scored 11 points in the meet and had some very good performances. Freshman Chris Dziagwa led the way for the Eagles as he completed the 800-meter … Continue reading Eagles Compete at Olivet Nazarene
By Billy Toohey The BenU Eagles men’s basketball team lost a heartbreaker this past Wednesday to fellow NAC rival Dominican, 69-68. With around 3 minutes to play in the game, the Eagles trailed 69-62 and scored the game’s final six points with a chance of winning the game by junior guard Mike Woolf. Early in … Continue reading Eagles Lose to Dominican: Second half comeback falls short
By Mike Woolf A couple days after a tough loss to Wisconsin Lutheran, the Benedictine women’s basketball team bounced back with a 52-45 victory against Alverno College on Saturday. The Eagles started the game off strong, jumping out to a 15-3 lead as Michelle Gaede, Vincenza Ranallo and Jill Lipman all buried three-pointers. Alverno would … Continue reading Eagles Defeat Alverno: Second half comeback keeps BenU in 2nd place in NAC
By Eman Sahloul Establishing the Fr. Michael Komechak’s Art Gallery on the fifth floor of the library is a creative way to house the impressive collection the university has, yet the Candor questions if this is the best use for this space. Considering that some students have expressed their discomfort with the new layout of … Continue reading An Art Gallery in Kindlon?