Cultural Concert in honor of Black History Month

By Amanda Jarzynski Tecora Rogers and “The Chicago Spirituals” performed in the Fireside Lounge Monday afternoon in celebration of Black History Month. Every year, Benedictine University hosts three to four Cultural Concerts.  The style of music is based on what is being celebrated during the month of the concert.  Since February is Black History Month, … Continue reading Cultural Concert in honor of Black History Month

The Candor Newspaper wins four awards at the ICPA Conference

This weekend, the Candor newspaper attended the Illinois College Press Association conference, along with other acclaimed Chicagoland newspapers, and received several awards for the work accomplished in the 2012-2013 year. Sports editor Tom Brown earned an impressive 1st place in the 'Sports Story' category. Therese Porod was recognized as the 2nd place winner in the … Continue reading The Candor Newspaper wins four awards at the ICPA Conference

Police Reports

By Therese Porod Thursday, February 21st at 11:15 p.m. While BenU Police were observing Founders’ Woods, they noticed a half-dressed male student in the area of Anderson Hall. The student was intoxicated, unresponsive, and unable to answer the questions being asked by police. An ambulance was called and the student was taken to Edward’s Hospital. … Continue reading Police Reports

National-Sequestration threatens to reduce spending

By Donny Kendal Prominent Republicans and Democrats are warning about the consequences of the budget sequestration that will come into effect March 1st if no deal is made. The sequestration is an across-the-board cut for all government spending. It is a result of the 2011 debt ceiling debate. Terms of the sequestration include a $1.2 … Continue reading National-Sequestration threatens to reduce spending

Global-Chinese Hacking group Exposed by report

By Donny Kendal A report was recently released by a cyber-security and investigation firm, Mandiant, which exposes the Chinese government as a main source of international hacking and digital intrusion. The report points to a 12-story office building in Shanghai as being the source of these attacks. The report claims there is no explanation as … Continue reading Global-Chinese Hacking group Exposed by report

Lislepalooza

By Saimah Shareef Lislepalooza took place on Thursday, February 21st on the second floor of Krasa from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Lislepalooza was the first career and community event sponsored by the BenU College of Business, the Lisle Area Chamber of Commerce, and Illinois National Trade Center. Overseen by the College of Business dean … Continue reading Lislepalooza