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Eagles Swept by Edgewood

By Mohammad Farhan The Eagles baseball team lost two heartbreakers at home to Edgewood College in a double header on Saturday. In the first game, the Eagles’ ninth inning rally fell short, as they lost 5-4 despite scoring two runs in the last frame. Senior Pitcher Kevin Crowley took the complete game loss for the … Continue reading

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Eagles Split Double Header

By Mike Woolf It was the tale of two halves for Benedictine softball on Sunday, as they split a double header with Concordia University-Wisconsin. The Eagles took game one by a score of 7-2, but dropped the nightcap, falling 10-1. In the first game, Kailee Cable knocked in a pair of her teammates for a … Continue reading

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The Power of Spreading Awareness: EQUAL

By Hashim Arain Recently, you may have been seeing little red equal signs all over social media such as Facebook and Twitter feeds. This symbol is a way to raise awareness about the Gay Rights movement that is currently going on. According to ABC News, the Human Rights Campaign unveiled a new strategy to spread … Continue reading

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AMSA 5K Experience

By Malak Hamdan On Sunday, April 7th, I attended my very first AMSA 5K run. And just so all of you know, a 5K is
equivalent to 5000 meters – roughly three miles. 
When I first arrived, I was somewhat surprised by how many people had signed up to run. It was quite
 nice to see … Continue reading

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Did you hear about Chia Seeds?

By Dana Mourad The latest buzz is all about chia seeds! This topic has been spreading quickly between talk shows, celebrities, friends, and family; it’s something everyone wants to try. So what are chia seeds and where do they come from? The plant Salvia hispanica is a species of mint plants that is primarily known … Continue reading

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Shopping for your body shape!

By Sara Haque We are all different shapes and sizes. Whether we are tall, short, skinny or curvy, it is our job to dress appropriately. Being 5 feet tall, I always get intimidated by flared denim and fitted blazers. I always told myself that because of my size I could never pull off anything structured. … Continue reading