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Lying only hurts the liar

by Aisha Sarvana, Staff Writer Common advice in regards to honesty is that the best part about speaking the truth is that you never have to worry about what you said. Benedictine University is established on a very strict Academic Honesty Policy that we are all aware of. Cheating and lying, especially in the academic … Continue reading

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Through the eyes of a Muslim

by Zeba Haseeb, Staff Writer Terrorist. This word has been thrown around quite easily in society these days. Exactly what does this word mean? The actual definition is a person who systematically uses terror especially as a means of coercion (Merriam Webster, 2013).But the definition has been evolving; does it actually mean a person who … Continue reading

Benedictine Opens Arms to Flood Victims
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Benedictine Opens Arms to Flood Victims

By Therese Porod Benedictine University opened their arms to the 180 flood victims and displaced people last weekend. “It means a whole lot to me and my family, especially my daughter. We’re happy there’s a place like this to help the ones like us in need. We are very appreciative,” said Ruby Mojica, a resident … Continue reading

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Artist Statement

By Sarah Jaber From a distance, you may have made out this art piece to be a simple image of a fingerprint, but as you look closer you will notice that the fingerprint is created from sentences, phrases, quotes and words. This piece that I created over the course of two weeks is entitled “My … Continue reading

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Editorial: Earth Day

by Nooreen Moinuddin When we hear of “Earth Day,” we generally remember our elementary school days, the images of cut out paper Earths hanging around the classroom and the whole class wearing green. Or maybe you think of people planting trees and changing their light bulbs. However, the excitement of Earth Day has definitely worn off … Continue reading