Eagles Split in Doubleheader Against Conference Rival Aurora

Joey Spahn Sports writer Carol Stream, IL – The Benedictine University men’s baseball team tallied 23 hits during the first of two games in a doubleheader against conference rival, Aurora University. Benedictine won the first game handily with a score of 17-4 through seven innings on Monday afternoon. The team had a season-high eight-game win streak ended … Continue reading Eagles Split in Doubleheader Against Conference Rival Aurora

BenTalk on Code-Switching; President Gregory speaks on personal experience

Brady McCall Staff Writer   BenU held this semester’s final BenTalk- an event for promoting social dialogue, on April 7th in Kindlon Hall. The event was titled Code-Switching, Accents and Linguistic Stereotypes; code-switching is an attempt to pass for someone who belongs by speaking in a different way. This talk was composed of four panelist speakers: … Continue reading BenTalk on Code-Switching; President Gregory speaks on personal experience

Beyoncé Dropping Music, Dancing, and More

Sophia Mattimiro Scene Editor Beyoncé has stirred up the internet once again with the release of her documentary Homecoming on Netflix that was released on April 17th, the #BeforeILetGo dance challenge, and her album Lemonade was finally released to streaming services such as Apple Music and Spotify. On April 17th, Homecoming, a documentary about Beyoncé’s … Continue reading Beyoncé Dropping Music, Dancing, and More

Students vs Faculty: College of Science Hosts First Game Night

Sajina Jacob Staff writer Benedictine’s College of Science hosted its first “Game Night” on Wednesday, April 17th, in Krasa’s Presentation room. This was planned to help encourage friendly relations between the students and faculty. This event was planned by the College of Science Student Senate, which provided the games and some refreshments that night. Party … Continue reading Students vs Faculty: College of Science Hosts First Game Night

Elizabeth Warren Hopes to Eliminate Student Debt

Dielle Ochotorena Perspectives Editor The price of a college degree has skyrocketed into the upper thousands and to offset that cost, most students rely on government funding through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to help in paying for college. Americans owe $1.57 trillion in student debt, and rising concerns on people defaulting … Continue reading Elizabeth Warren Hopes to Eliminate Student Debt

Neuzil Hall is going off-line due to lack of residents

Zaakirah Mujid News Editor Neuzil Hall is going off-line. Photo Credit: Zaakirah Mujid Neuzil Hall, the only co- ed suit style residential dorm on Benedictine’s campus, will go off-line for at least one year beginning Fall 2019. The University’s decision comes after data showing a lack of enough students using campus housing. There was a … Continue reading Neuzil Hall is going off-line due to lack of residents