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From the Sidelines: 3-7-2012

1. Is Duke-North Carolina basketball the best rivalry in sports? Tom Brown- Staff Writer– As much as I love the Duke-UNC rivalry, I think the best rivalry in sports is Yankees-Red Sox. John Pierri- Staff Writer-I’m partial to the Cubs-Sox and Bears-Packers rivalries, but that’s just me. Luke Stanczyk- Staff Writer– Yes, I believe so. … Continue reading

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Men’s basketball’s roller coaster season can be viewed as success

Luke Stanczyk SPORTS EDITOR Twelve different starters, twelve different starting lineups used, multiple players lost and an early six-game losing streak. Given that information, one would figure that team had a rough season. However, that was not the 2011-2012 Benedictine men’s basketball team, as the Eagles were able to capture their second straight Northern Athletics … Continue reading

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Online dating: the new norm?

By Kiran Munir STAFF WRITER The Internet phenomenon has not only revolutionized international business, but has also brought a twist into the love lives of many people. Besides social sites that are used to keep in touch with old and distant loved ones, many websites are specifically designed to make it easier for singles to … Continue reading

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Spring break travel warning

By Syeda Khan STAFF WRITER Spring break: the time where most college students love to get away from the horrors of school and go on vacation with their friends somewhere warm. However, according to ABCNEWS.com, as spring break gets closer, the U.S. Government is issuing a warning to Americans to stay away from the majority … Continue reading

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Mobid Curiosity

By Rohaina Hassan STAFF WRITER Since January 27th, the Chicago Cultural Center has been showcasing the personal collection of Chicago-based collector Richard Harris. Over several decades, Harris has curated at least 500 artworks and artifacts that present the deep notion of morbid curiosity. It displays every culture and its interpretation of  “death, mortality, and the … Continue reading