Zaakirah Mujid Staff Writer This week Benedictine students teamed up with the Liberation Library to make holiday cards for the incarcerated youth. Students came together on Monday and Tuesday in Scholl 235 to decorate cards that are holiday themed. Cards and markers were provided, as well as snacks for those who joined in on the … Continue reading Holiday Card Making
Jennifer Flores Staff Writer The Theater Club will be showing their annual winter play this week starting Thursday, November 30th and running through December 2nd. This year’s play will be Elephant’s Graveyard. This play revolves around a small town in Tennessee that is unexpectedly visited by a circus. The town is very excited to have … Continue reading Theater Club to Show Winter Play Elephant’s Graveyard
Kathleen Rusch Staff Writer Imagine having to purchase a specific package from your web provider to visit your favorite websites. But not every website may be included in this package, forcing you to purchase additional packages to access your email, music, or social media. Unfortunately, this could be the future of the internet in America … Continue reading Why We Should Defend Net Neutrality
Jacqueline Gorr Scene Editor On Tuesday, this year’s Grammy Award nominees were released and among them were Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar and Bruno Mars. Jay–Z leads the nominations this year with nominations for album of the year, record of the year and song of the year among others. There are always surprises when it comes to … Continue reading 2018 Grammy Award Nominees: Many Artists Snubbed During the Biggest Night in the Music Industry
Omair Ali Perspectives Editor Ideological diversity can be described as the vast collection of ideas shared by members of society that help form political, social, and religious identities. While ideological diversity and (relative) inter-ideological peace is a characteristic America, other societies struggle immensely with integrating peace among groups of different ideologies. For instance, last week’s … Continue reading Is it Good to Have Ideological Diversity in America?
Kyle Bock Sports Editor The Benedictine Men’s Basketball team won its home opener against Marian University by a score of 82-77 this past weekend. The win was the Eagles first win of the season after dropping their first three games, all on the road. The win also moved the Eagles to 1-0 in the Northern … Continue reading Eagles Soar over Marian in Home Opener
Kyle Bock Sports Editor The Benedictine Football team capped off their season with a 20-14 win over their rival Aurora University November 11. The win improved the Eagle's season record to 7-3, which was one win more than the previous season's record of 6-4. After the game, an incident occurred involving both Benedictine and Aurora … Continue reading Benedictine football defeats Aurora – Fight breaks out after game
Jennifer Flores Staff Writer For the past week Benedictine suffered from the attack of a computer virus. The first all campus email regarding the cyber-attack was sent on Tuesday, November 14th at 7:28 AM. This message was from Cheryl Gregorek the Director of Enterprise Applications, the message was simple and said, “MyBenU and PeopleSoft HCM … Continue reading Benedictine University Suffers Computer Virus