Success Requires Grit and Resourcefulness

Omair Ali Perspectives Editor   Today’s concept of work-life is shifting away from a healthy balance towards the ideals of productivity, capacity, and achievement. These ideals exemplify what many of us are aiming for: success. In this concept shift, which exists especially in the U.S.’s marketplace, the ideals point directly at the relationship between grit … Continue reading Success Requires Grit and Resourcefulness

Heirs of Pop Star Prince Sue Illinois Hospital, Walgreens over Death

Emily Nitti Scene Editor The six heirs of the late pop sensation Prince have sued an Illinois Hospital as well as the pharmacy chain Walgreens for wrongful death on in a Cook County Court on Monday. The suit, which was filed against a doctor and a pharmacist at Trinity Medical Center in Rock Island, Illinois … Continue reading Heirs of Pop Star Prince Sue Illinois Hospital, Walgreens over Death

Last Bash of the Semester is a good way to have fun before Finals

Jennifer Flores News Editor Today the Last Bash of the semester will be held. This will include a petting Zoo as well as inflatables for students to relax and have fun to during the final weeks before summer vacation. Now that there are only two weeks before finals and summer vacation commences students will be … Continue reading Last Bash of the Semester is a good way to have fun before Finals

White House Reporter April Ryan Visits Benedictine

Jennifer Flores News Editor April Ryan, a White House analyst since the Clinton era, visited Benedictine University as a speaker for the Center for Civic Leadership (CCL). She appeared as the Spring Speaker on April 17, 2018 in Benedictine's Goodwin Hall Auditorium. Ryan was introduced by the CCL fellow Kellen McCullum. She presented herself as … Continue reading White House Reporter April Ryan Visits Benedictine