By: Billy Toohey The BenU Eagles men’s soccer team is conference champions for the first time in program history. This past Saturday night, on senior night, the Eagles took care of business by winning 3-2 over Marian University. The victory means that the Eagles will be the top seed in the NACC tournament which starts … Continue reading Men’s Soccer Clinches Conference
By: Sarah Younis Enough with thinking, “Why is it already too cold outside?” Aren’t you all looking forward to the winter fashion? Now is the perfect time to be in your knee-high fur boots and your fluffy fur jacket, flaunting them without looking out of place. I’m sure you must be looking for a cozy … Continue reading Bundling Up While Still Being Fashionable
By: Karly Sacco Halloween is a time to be creative and be whoever you want to be with the creepiest costumes. This day has been celebrated for years, yet every year something seems to change. However, the one concept about the Halloween spirit that has never changed is the impact of music that makes the … Continue reading Trick or Treat, Track and Beat Halloween Music
By: Hashim Arain The latest controversy surrounding President Obama's healthcare law called the Affordable Care Act or as it's also known as Obamacare, has ran into trouble trying to provide care to millions across the country. According to Bloomberg the website, Americans could go to so that they could sign up for health insurance, has … Continue reading A Glitchy Rollout
By: Donald Feltz Perceptions on artistic expression vary greatly from person to person. Where one finds beauty, another finds nothing. A piece that inspires me can be pretentious to you. And what is appropriate for some may be taboo to others. Some have said that using a hearse as a Halloween decoration is insulting to … Continue reading Are Hearses for Halloween Decorations Insulting to the Dead?
By: Syeda khan According to Time magazine, since the threat that the Syrian government has been using chemical weapons on its people a new issue has risen in Syria; the Syrian government is forcing their citizens into submission: blockade-induced starvation. For about a month, Syrian President Bashar Al Assad has encircled the rebel aligned suburbs … Continue reading When not in our favor, we’re not so humanitarian
By: Billy Toohey The Benedictine Eagles Football team battled from a 20-0 first half deficit to win in overtime 34-28 over conference enemy, Wisconsin-Lutheran Warriors. As the Eagles were in a huge hole at halftime, their second half performance was one for the ages. The first half of play, the Warriors scored on their opening … Continue reading Football Makes Comeback
By: Billy Toohey Men’s and women’s basketball will play 25 games ecah, and new this year is the conference format. There are no longer two divisions; it’s one big division, which means teams will play 20 conference games and with 10 teams in the conference it means everyone will play each other twice. With the … Continue reading Basketball Is Back