by Payal Shukla STAFF WRITER On Saturday November 21st, Benedictine University’s Hindu Students’ Association hosted their annual garba. The event was held on the second floor of the Krasa student center. It was held from 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. “The Garba was, in my opinion, a really great success! With our Garba being one … Continue reading Dancing at the Garba
by Marissa Perez STAFF WRITER On Wednesday, November 18, the new club Helping Hands Healing Hearts (HHHH) held their first event in Goodwin Hall: a candle light vigil. Helping Hands Healing Hearts is a club that is dedicated to educate students to get a better understanding of the purpose of the Ronald McDonald House charities … Continue reading Candlelight Vigil
by Taylor Devich ASSISTANT PHOTO EDITOR If you ask any student what they look forward to the most here at Benedictine, I can almost guarantee they will tell you about Benedictine’s annual Thanksgiving Dinner. Thursday, November 18 students gathered to enjoy a wonderful evening with their fellow classmates and close friends. Each and every year … Continue reading Annual Thanksgiving Dinner
by Taylor Devich ASSISTANT PHOTO EDITOR On Friday, November 20, students flocked to the Seven Bridges Ice Arena for a night out on the ice. Some students zoomed around the arena with flying colors while others struggled to hold onto the wall. As much as everyone enjoys a good wipeout, it’s nice to see students … Continue reading Ice Ice Baby
by Hashim Arain STAFF WRITER Since the deadly terrorist attacks that occurred in Paris which killed dozens of innocent civilians, there has been an ongoing controversy back here in the US on whether to allow displaced Syrian refugees on US soil. There has been a number of governors across the country who have stated in … Continue reading Caving In
by Hannah Joseph STAFF WRITER If you’re anything like me, you’re ready for the transition of seasons. Let me rephrase that. By no means do I mean the weather. But, I love the change that cafes make during this time of year, going from pumpkin spice everything to decadent peppermint mochas. However, if you’re a … Continue reading Time for a Transition
by Tatanisha Wooley SCENE EDITOR If you are like me you look forward to the awesome sales they have on Black Friday but you dread the long lines, thick crowds, and probably fighting someone for that discounted television. Black Friday has become increasingly popular as shoppers hunt for amazing bargains. Here are some suggestions to … Continue reading Surviving Black Friday
by Tatanisha Wooley SCENE EDITOR It’s sad that Hungry Games has officially came to end with the release of MockingJay part2. What will I do now that Katniss has finally chosen the love of her life?! I will have to find another book turn movie to get into. Preferably one that holds the same legacy … Continue reading Should you see Mockingjay Part 2?