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Study Abroad Fair

By Saimah Shareef There will be a Study Abroad Fair in Krasa from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 13th. There will be programs organized by Benedictine’s International Programs and Services, as well as representatives from outside organizations that offer study abroad programming. The fair is an opportunity for all Benedictine students to … Continue reading

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“Want to be a Student Leader? Join Student Senate Executive Board. Applications for 2013-2014 elections is available at the Student Leadership and Engagement office. Minimum requirement for President and Vice President positions is serving at least a year on Student Senate prior to elections. Minimum requirement for Secretary and Treasurer positions is serving at least … Continue reading

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First Annual Jurica-Suchy Poetry Contest

By Amanda Jarzynski The Jurica-Suchy Nature Museum is hosting its first annual Poetry Contest on Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. All members of the Benedictine Community are welcome to come and listen to the poetry. Karly Tumminello, the Curator of the Nature Museum, and some of her fellow faculty members have been looking for a way … Continue reading

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Fill Out a Survey and Enter to Win

By Therese Porod Freshman and senior students of Benedictine University are encouraged to participate in the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) and enter in a raffle to win either a $500 cash prize or an iPad, according to Thomas Wangler, Professor of Mathematics and Assistant to the Provost for Academic Assessment. “There are good … Continue reading

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Senator Paul filibusters vote to press administration on drone policy

By Donny Kendal Republican Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky filibustered a vote on the confirmation of President Obama’s nominee for CIA Director for over 12 hours Wednesday, demanding answers regarding the U.S. drone policy. Paul was concerned about earlier statements made by President Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder, and nominee John Brennan regarding the use … Continue reading