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Skittles and tea

By Hashim Arain STAFF WRITER   Over the past few weeks, people all across the country have been shocked by the shooting of seventeen year old Trayvon Martin. This case has sparked national outrage around the country, and there have been protests all over the country with protesters wearing hoodies in solidarity with Trayvon Martin. … Continue reading

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Helpful tips for fall registration

By Stacy De Leon NEWS EDITOR Students began signing up for fall classes early this week. To help make the process less stressful students are encouraged to plan accordingly. There has also been a Fall Registration Guide created to give a step-by-step description of what students need to do. “We have heard that the biggest … Continue reading

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An unexpected tragedy

By Hashim Arain STAFF WRITER   It was reported recently that a US soldier in Afghanistan went on a shooting rampage, killing 16 Afghan civilians. The soldier went to a nearby Afghan village and started to shoot Afghan villagers whose homes he had broken into. According to reports after the shooting was done, soldier went … Continue reading

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Police Reports: April 4th

On March 27 at 7:03 P.M., University Police along with canine Sophie were on patrol in the South Ondrak parking lot. They detected five individuals seated in a vehicle. As the officers approached, the canine alerted to the possession of narcotics. A subsequent search identified two non-students and three Benedictine students. The search revealed a … Continue reading