Stars talk about COVID-19 Vaccine

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Photo Credit: pharmaceuticaltechnologies.com Amber Syed - Scene Editor With the COVID-19 vaccine being available since last month, many stars that we see on television have already received the vaccine. Here's a few of the people who received it and had something to say about it. President-elect Joe Biden, received his first dose of the vaccine … Continue reading Stars talk about COVID-19 Vaccine

Reflection on Modern Anti-Racism

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Photo Credit: Pixabay Anna Fisher - News Editor The Department of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion hosted the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast Monday. The keynote speaker was community organizer LaTosha Brown whose talk focused on three evils Dr. King fought: racism, poverty, and militarism. “I appreciate Ms. Brown's honesty, in saying that we … Continue reading Reflection on Modern Anti-Racism

BenU Campus Expands Testing

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Photo Credit: Benedictine University Website Kaitlyn Estopare - Staff Writer To “Protect Our Flock”, the Benedictine University expanded mandatory COVID testing, according to an email from the BenU COVID Response Team on Sunday. “Testing will include all Benedictine residents and student-athletes (commuters included) as well as select faculty and staff,” said the COVID-19 Response Team. … Continue reading BenU Campus Expands Testing

NACC Uncertain About 2021 Season

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Photo Credit: naccsports.org Tim Folliard - Sports Editor Across the country, very few Division III schools have been playing basketball. Adrian College in Michigan and Trine University in Indiana are the only nearby Division III schools that have played more than one game this season. Benedictine’s conference, the NACC, has not announced anything about the … Continue reading NACC Uncertain About 2021 Season

Unwillingness to Concede, but Still Proceed

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Photo Credit: CNN Politics Kathy Karagiannis - Staff Writer While President Donald Trump’s final days are numbered in the White House, the construction process for President-elect Joe Biden’s Inauguration is soon underway. Despite Trump’s unwillingness to concede, the transition remains in progress. “The 46th President of the United States will be sworn in on Wednesday, Jan. … Continue reading Unwillingness to Concede, but Still Proceed

Fun Things to do this Winter Break

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Photo Credit: themarylhurstschoo.org Sanampreet Kaur Bhullar - Staff Writer With the Fall semester nearing the end, and finals coming up soon, many of us have already started planning out our Winter breaks. Whether your break is filled with studying, working, or simply relaxing, there’s always a need to take time off school and to focus … Continue reading Fun Things to do this Winter Break