Women’s Golf’s Amazing Season Comes to an End

David Carey Sports Editor This past weekend, the Benedictine women’s golf season came to an end. The Eagles were quietly one of the best teams in the NACC this past year. The Eagles were led by captain and four-year starter, Kelly Barker. Alongside Barker was  McKayla Holmes, Ries McCue, Sam Plezbert, and Alyssa Hornbuckle who … Continue reading Women’s Golf’s Amazing Season Comes to an End

Slovakia’s President visits BenU

Zaakirah Mujid News Editor Andrej Kiska, the president of the Republic of Slovakia, visited Benedictine University this past Thursday, September 27. Kiska gave a speech to the selected members who were allowed into Goodwin Auditorium. “The reason he was at Benedictine was that Benedictine’s roots are Czech and Slovak. The monks that founded this college … Continue reading Slovakia’s President visits BenU

Chills and Thrillers to Come

Sophia Mattimiro Scene Editor With October finally here, there are plenty of things to do, from Oktoberfest to storytelling, so grab your sweaters and hit the streets for these upcoming fall festivals. Naperville has many different events planned for this weekend, which are all listed on their events calendar. Oktoberfest is scheduled for this upcoming Saturday, and they … Continue reading Chills and Thrillers to Come

Reflections from Last Week’s BenTalk on Faith Issues in America

Omair Ali Perspectives Editor The author would like to disclose his role as a co-facilitator for last week’s BenTalk on Faith Issues in America. Last week’s BenTalk covered issues pertaining to the expression of one’s faith identity at Benedictine University. Through this dialogue, ideas were exchanged about how our campus can better foster an interreligious atmosphere. Although the University is distinguished among academic interfaith circles for … Continue reading Reflections from Last Week’s BenTalk on Faith Issues in America