The 88th Annual Academy Awards: The Most Anticipated Night of the Year

By Jacqueline Gorr STAFF WRITER The Oscars were held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles this past Sunday, February 28. There was a lack of diversity within the audience members and nominees, heartfelt moments and had first time wins. Chris Rock is a second time host for the event and is known for not … Continue reading The 88th Annual Academy Awards: The Most Anticipated Night of the Year

Men’s Basketball Wins Championship

By: Elana Garay Sports Editor This past Sunday afternoon men’s basketball won the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference (NACC) Championship, and once again defeated Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE). The Men’s basketball team has remained undefeated throughout their season and earned 27 wins. “We knew MSOE would come into our place ready to go so we … Continue reading Men’s Basketball Wins Championship

Men’s Basketball Wins Tough Battle against Marian

By: Logan Hanson Staff Writer The #2 Benedictine Men’s basketball team defeated Marian 91-82 in the NACC tournament semifinal game at the Dan and Ada Rice Center last Friday night. The victory marked the team’s 26th win of the season and allows the team to play for the NACC championship Sunday at home. “Credit Marian … Continue reading Men’s Basketball Wins Tough Battle against Marian

Sunni and Shi’a Muslims Unite at MSA Event to Tackle Problem of Islamophobia

By Nabiha Asim Staff Writer With the rise of Islamophobia, Muslims Americans have been making efforts to respond to the hate that is being spewed. This called for the unison of Muslim communities to come together and understand their problem as a whole. Last Thursday, Benedictine’s Muslim Student Association (MSA) invited Sheikh Syed Sulayman Hasan … Continue reading Sunni and Shi’a Muslims Unite at MSA Event to Tackle Problem of Islamophobia