by Tatanisha Wooley SCENE EDITOR Benedictine University’s Springfield campus will be ending its traditional undergraduate program by next year. According an article on the BenU Springfield website, students have the option of either applying to the Lisle or Arizona Benedictine campus. These are just one of many choices that the students have. “Current juniors and … Continue reading Springfield Campus Update
Tim Ziman STAFF WRITER Benedictine University hosted the first Citizens Police Academy session on Tuesday, January 20 on campus. The Academy has been created by the Benedictine Police and they have unveiled a prototype program, which is aimed at empowering students and faculty at Benedictine University with a firm grasp of the workings of the … Continue reading Citizens Police Academy’s First Session
by Tai Cole STAFF WRITER Members of the Benedictine community gathered at Coal Ben as guest hypnotist, Chris Jones, gave a performance on Friday, January 23. Beginning his act with multiple interactions with the crowd and an icebreaker. As spectators began to fill in the seats until they were left with no choice but to … Continue reading Hypnotist at Coal Ben
By: Sarah Hussey STAFF WRITER BEEP. BEEP. BEEP. BEEEEEEP! You force your eyes open and jolt out of bed, realizing you have hit snooze button one too many times. Grabbing your textbooks, throw on some clothes, and rush out the door, class started approximately one minute ago. A healthy breakfast is the furthest thing from … Continue reading Jump Start Your Day: Healthy Breakfasts On-The-Go
By: Claire Kositzky SPORTS AND HEALTH EDITOR Benedictine University celebrated the start of the school’s first men’s volleyball season this past Wednesday night in the Rice Center. The men’s volleyball team hosted a tri-match with Loras College and Milwaukee School of Engineering. “Both of the games on Wednesday were really fun to play. They were … Continue reading Men’s Volleyball splits home opener in Tri-match
By: Jessica Buettner Staff Writer If you are hungry and you are sick of eating at Coal Ben and the dining hall each day, maybe you can try a new place for lunch or dinner. There are a few good places that aren’t that far away that you can try if you’re in the mood … Continue reading Different Food Place Around Campus To Check Out
By: Hashim Arain Staff Writer This past Tuesday night, President Obama delivered his annual State of The Union Address to the Congress and the nation. This speech is usually a time for the President to explain to the country what he has accomplished in the past year, and what he plans to do in the … Continue reading A Need for Bipartisanship
By: Zeba Haseeb Perspectives Editor Our very own Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory is finally here! Rosemont has opened a local Sugar Factory American Brasserie with a mouthwatering menu for all to enjoy. Milkshakes, chocolate martinis, and desserts are just the beginning of what they have to offer. Their most desirable drink on their menu is … Continue reading Sugar Overload in Chicago!