Former CIA Agent, Robert Baer Gives Insight on Issue of Syrian Conflict and Global Terrorism

Nabiha Asim Staff Writer When Robert Baer, former CIA agent and current CNN terrorism analyst, arrived in Beirut for the first time, he said he immediately became fascinated with a country you wouldn’t even have the slightest idea that there was a civil war going on. Baer addressed the Benedictine community about national security and … Continue reading Former CIA Agent, Robert Baer Gives Insight on Issue of Syrian Conflict and Global Terrorism

The Benny Awards

Logan Hanson Sports Editor The Benedictine Athletic Department is hosting their annual Benny Award ceremony this Sunday in the Goodwin Hall Auditorium. The ceremony celebrates the Benedictine athletic year and awards top members of the school’s athletic community. “I feel honored getting nominated,” said Junior Fan of the Year Nominee Donnie Rollins, “It shows that … Continue reading The Benny Awards

Kelly Ripa Debuts Ryan Seacrest as Her Co-Host After Yearlong Search

Emily Nitti Staff Writer After Months of speculations, the Live with Kelly host announced on Monday that Seacrest will be taking up the seat next to her on the popular morning program. “Today, the next chapter of the Live story is about to be written,” she told the audience at the top of the show.  … Continue reading Kelly Ripa Debuts Ryan Seacrest as Her Co-Host After Yearlong Search

Though Not Perfect, The March for Science Was Still Appropriate

Omair Ali Perspectives Editor The March for Science was a moment for scientists and their allies to express their views candidly to bring science to the forefront of U.S. politics. Nearly 600 demonstrations took place around the world—with the primary march being in Washington D.C.—called for public action to defend “science that upholds the common … Continue reading Though Not Perfect, The March for Science Was Still Appropriate