Benedictine University at Mesa Opens First Residence Hall

By: Michelle Reilly News Editor On Tuesday, February 7, the Mesa campus turned a former hotel into its first residence hall. The Alhambra Hotel is located at 43 S. MacDonald Street in Arizona according to a press release from the university. “We took a beautiful landmark that is at the heart of downtown Mesa and … Continue reading Benedictine University at Mesa Opens First Residence Hall

Ben 10: Men’s Basketball Finishes Regular Season on Ten-Game Win Streak

Logan Hanson Sports Editor The Eagles break the huddle during a timeout in their win over Lakeland College Saturday afternoon. Photo Credit: Lina Zhu The Benedictine Men’s Basketball team finished off the regular season with a win over NACC opponent Lakeland College 78-67 Saturday afternoon at the Rice Center. The win marked a tenth straight … Continue reading Ben 10: Men’s Basketball Finishes Regular Season on Ten-Game Win Streak

Social Justice Can’t Succeed Without Open Dialogue

Omair Ali Perspectives Editor America has experienced various waves of social justice and associated reform throughout its history. Some of the more prominent periods of social justice include: social justice preceding the Revolutionary War, the abolitionist movement prior to the Civil War, the era of “Progressivism” facilitated by President Theodore Roosevelt, and the great Civil … Continue reading Social Justice Can’t Succeed Without Open Dialogue

One Month In: Has Trump “Made America Great Again” Yet?

Lubna Ziauddin Staff Writer During his Presidential campaign, President Trump famously stated that he would “make America great again”. That he would rescue the failing country from the destruction of President Obama and restore peace and prosperity back to the land of the free. But according to a Gallup Poll, it took only one week … Continue reading One Month In: Has Trump “Made America Great Again” Yet?