Benedictine to close, sell, Springfield Campus

Logan Hanson Editor-In-Chief Benedictine University announced Tuesday that it plans to close the Springfield campus and sell the land at the end of the 2018 spring semester. The campus, which has been a partner of Benedictine since 2003, is currently composed of graduate and adult-completion students. “Although it was a difficult decision, the university’s leaders … Continue reading Benedictine to close, sell, Springfield Campus

BenTalks Holding Conversation on Xenophobia and Islamophobia

Matthew Naughton Staff Writer BenTalks is hosting a dialogue on Xenophobia and Islamophobia this Wednesday at 12:15pm in Goodwin 411. Having a BenTalk focus on Islamophobia is important for the Benedictine community because of the vast amount of Muslim students. 540 students, or about 24 percent of 2,250 undergraduate students in the spring of 2016 … Continue reading BenTalks Holding Conversation on Xenophobia and Islamophobia

Men’s Basketball Falls Short of NACC Championship

Gino Fasso Staff Writer Benedictine University Men’s Basketball team was defeated by the Aurora University Spartans 76-71 in the NACC championship game last Saturday. With the loss, the Eagles are eliminated from the national tournament and their season has officially ended. The game never saw one team take a huge lead, as the largest lead … Continue reading Men’s Basketball Falls Short of NACC Championship