by: Victoria Wojciechowski Drinking water is a necessity used in every person’s life. From cooking pasta to rehydrating after a long day, no one is void to the contents within drinking water. This is why just a few weeks ago, citizens in Flint, Michigan were outraged when they found out that since April of 2014, … Continue reading Solving the Problem in Flint
By: Elana Garay Once again men’s basketball defeat Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE). This is the second victory for men’s basketball against MSOE after defeating them around the beginning of the season. This win also continues the winning streak to 18. “It was a tough fought away game where we didn’t shoot very well, glad … Continue reading Men’s Basketball Defeats MSOE Again
Marissa Perez Benedictine’s UNICEF club raises human trafficking awareness this week around campus. They started their week of events last Saturday with a game night and continued their awareness week on Monday with an art display located in the Kindlon atrium. “We’re just trying to raise awareness of the problem of human trafficking. This problem … Continue reading UNICEF’s ‘Shut Out Trafficking’ Art Show
By: Monet Gildon For many years the female body has become sexualized. The female breasts have become sexualized and near misrepresentation. Female breast change when a woman becomes pregnant, the change creates milk for the baby to feed and survive on. While there are many scientific researches as to why breast feeding is better for … Continue reading Breast feeding in public an outrage?
By: Katie Knudtson I don’t have the time. I don’t know anything about politics or the candidates. My vote doesn’t really matter. I’m registered in a different state. These are the excuses we tell ourselves come election time. But that’s all they are: excuses. Being a Benedictine student, we take courses that try to get … Continue reading Why Vote?
College is Stressful if you make it Stressful Tatanisha Wooley SCENE EDITOR School can be stressful and college is no exception. While in college you have to balance classes, significant other, volunteering, social life, studying, and extracurricular. It is no wonder that someone does not have gray hair after leaving college. Not everyone can balance … Continue reading How to Survive Your Semester in College?
by Marissa Perez NEWS EDITOR This year’s annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast was one that will not soon be forgotten. The breakfast was located in the upper level of the Krasa Student Center, where many people gathered to commemorate the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and all of his works. … Continue reading 21st Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast
by Elana Garay SPORTS EDITOR Aloe vera is a well known plant that contains a variety of benefits. Aloe vera can be consumed as a drink or eaten raw or used as a gel or used as a laxative. “Aloe Vera strengthens the immune system, delays the aging process, cures dermatitis, alleviates menstrual problems, reduces … Continue reading Aloe Vera