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Women’s lacrosse struggles over Spring Break

By Mike Woolf The Benedictine Women’s Lacrosse team played three contests this past week, losing all three. All three games were played on the road, as the Eagles made a Spring Break trip to Georgia. Against Berry College on Monday, Benedictine struggled offensively, scratching across just one goal. That goal came from McKall Pugliese, her … Continue reading

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NBA Playoffs Preview

By Mark Rubel Go Big or Go Home. 16 teams, 1 trophy. That’s what the NBA playoffs are all about. From Cinderella stories to powerhouses, the NBA playoffs has it all. This year’s favorites seem to be none other than the 2012 defending champions, Miami Heat. They’re riding on a 26-game winning streak, and it seems they … Continue reading

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Eagles lacrosse achieve a big win and face big losses

By Tom Brown The BenU Eagles men’s Lacrosse team was in action over this spring break. They played Trine College in South Bend, Berry College in Georgia, and closed their trip with a game against Sewanee: The University of the South. The men’s team went 0-3 on this trip, losing the first game against Trine College 14-9, the second game to Berry 1-0 which was … Continue reading

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Editorial

It’s finally that time of year again. When the memory of a month of all that hard work fades away into your mother’s delectable ham and ostentatiously colored deviled eggs. When the breath of spring (apparently not this year!) brings in the traditional bunny, baby chicks icons and pastel colors that now stand in stark … Continue reading

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Your Commitment to God: Priceless

By Mark Kurowski “Well, you said that this was between me and the Holy Spirit.  Didn’t you?” said the person who asked to be the anonymous donor of $245,000 to be used in University Ministry.  That I did.  Now, I marvel. I marvel because there was a truth told to me twenty years ago by a … Continue reading

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Police Reports

By Therese Porod Tuesday, March 26th at 2:35 a.m. Officers were called to a disturbance in Anderson Hall. There was a male, impaired student, who was emotional, aggressive, and covered with blood. The officers went to his aid. The student resisted and fought with the officers. The Lisle police and fire department came, and the student was … Continue reading