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Empty Talk: North Korean threats

by Hashim Arain, Staff Writer Over the past few weeks, the country of North Korea has been issuing threats to the United States, as well as our allies. Kim Jong Un, North Korean leader, has been releasing statements of fiery rhetoric which have been directed mainly towards the US and South Korea. According to Reuters, … Continue reading

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Photo Spotlight

by Sarah Jaber Could it be that sometimes your lenses are in focus but your image is blurred? Could it be that you cling to a certain way of thinking but fail to think about what that clinging really brings? Is it possible to think about thinking? What’s the best lens; what’s the best image? … Continue reading

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Covered Fashion

by Sara Haque, Staff Writer   I am sure we have all seen the lovely ladies who cover their hair and dress modestly around campus. These ladies, as well as myself, wear the Muslim headscarf called the hijab. The reason we cover has a beautiful message behind it. Muslim women cover to not only humble … Continue reading

4th Annual Benedictine AMSA 5K Fun Run
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4th Annual Benedictine AMSA 5K Fun Run

By Kiran Munir, Staff Writer American Medical Association of Benedictine University hosted the 4th annual AMSA 5K
on Sunday, April 7th. Every year, Benedictine University holds a 5K in the spring to support
HomeCare Physicians. HomeCare Physicians is a nationally recognized medical house
call program for homebound patients and all the funds raised are contributed to its Patients’
Assistance … Continue reading

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Living Out the BenU Value of Stewardship

By Therese Porod An active role of living out the Benedictine Value of Stewardship is giving way to a
vision and hope for a successful future. There is a new component of mission identity, emphasizing the aspects of stewardship
and sustainability here at BenU, according to Dr. Timothy Marin, Department Chair of
Chemistry/Biochemistry and member of the Stewardship … Continue reading