David Carey Staff Writer The eleven-seeded Loyola Ramblers have been making history and have caught the eyes of the nation. The nation seems to be riding along on the Cinderella roller coaster with the basketball team from Chicago. Their journey started off on March 15th where the Ramblers were able to pull off a last-second … Continue reading Ramblers Cinderella Story Continues
Jennifer Flores News Editor Spring break is over and the end of the school year is closer than ever. With the school year ending, it is time to start looking to next year. Benedictine’s fall class registration for students begins next week. The fall class schedule is already available at the BenULive website. Before students … Continue reading Fall Registration Will Begin Next Week
Zaakirah Mujid Investigation Editor The new ablution room is now open for individuals to perform Wudu, as it was built as a courtesy for Muslims students who pray in between classes. Kindlon 147 contains two stools and faucets which allow Muslim students to easily wash their face and feet before prayer. “Wudu is ablution, which … Continue reading New Addition to Campus Brings Ease to Muslim Students
Emily Nitti Scene Editor The next Hollywood thriller is coming when John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place hits theaters on April 6. Krasinski, who is best known as nice guy Jim Halpert in the TV show The Office, takes audiences down a dark, silent road in his most recent directorial project. In the movie, a family … Continue reading “A Quiet Place” Looks to Open Strong in Box Office
Omair Ali Perspectives Editor Do guns kill people or do they not? Will taking guns away from people reduce gun violence or will it not? Will the 2nd amendment be taken away because of implementing gun control? These are some of the questions that society is currently tackling as we are witnessing during atrocities that … Continue reading If Public Safety Is a Top Priority…
Kyle Bock Sports Editor The Benedictine University Baseball team completed their spring Florida trip this past weekend and returned home with one of their best starts in recent years. The team returned to Lisle with an 8-4 record and many players off to great seasons. Senior Catcher D.J. Dillon has led the offensive charge for … Continue reading Benedictine Baseball Off To Hot Start
Lily Feng Staff Writer In today’s skin care market, there are a surplus of products. Finding the right skincare regimen can be tricky, especially for those who suffer from sensitive or problematic skin. The most common skin issue is dryness, this is where rosehip oil comes into play. Rosehip oil, derived from the seeds of … Continue reading Breakthrough Beauty: Rosehip Oil!
Omair Ali Perspectives Editor Undergraduate education should not restrict itself to a rigid, academic program, where the principal source of learning comes from the classroom. Instead, a valuable undergraduate education requires the ingenuity to integrate informal ways to facilitate learning about the world around us. This is how the Teach-In made a big splash at … Continue reading What’s the Next Step After the Teach-In?