Andrew Tran Perspectives Editor We have finally started a new year of 2020 which means that everyone has begun to think about their New Year’s Resolution. A New Year’s resolution is a tradition where people make commitments to improve themselves, do better, and to change bad habits. However, research has shown that around one quarter … Continue reading The Psychology of Maintaining New Year’s Resolutions
Amber Syed Scene Editor Justin Bieber’s looks have been going downhill for a while but who would’ve known that he was battling two diseases at the same time. Last week Bieber posted on Instagram and shared the news that he is battling both Lyme disease and a serious case of chronic mono. According to CNN … Continue reading Justin Bieber Battling Two Diseases at Once
Syeda Saberi News Editor Google has recently announced that android users will now be able to use Google pay as a form of identification on campuses. Students and faculty members will be able to use this new upgrade in buildings that require card readers for entrance in laboratories, dorms, and tech rooms. Android users can … Continue reading Universities Are Starting to Replace ID Cards with Mobile Apps
Zaakirah Mujid (Video editor) Syeda Saberi (News Editor) Rumors of a split between St. Procopius Abbey and Benedictine University have been circulating for months, with neither side making a public announcement about what the future might be if, or when, such a split would occur. "At this time, I am not able to announce anything … Continue reading Speculations of a Split Arise Between Benedictine and St. Procopius Abbey
Dielle Ochotorena Perspectives Editor If you’re like me you’ve probably used the terms service dog, therapy dog, and emotional support dog interchangeably and without much thought to it. But in reality, there are major differences that separate these types of dogs and their functions to their owners also vary too. Service Dogs are trained to … Continue reading What’s the Difference Between a Service Dog vs. Therapy Dog vs. Emotional Support Animal?
Amber Syed Scene Editor Rome Flynn was born on November 25, 1991 in Springfield Illinois. He went to Benedictine University on a basketball scholarship until a talent scout found him. Flynn was then working as a high fashion and runway model. At the same time, he sang, and played the guitar during his time at … Continue reading Rome Flynn an Actor, Model, and Musician from Benedictine University
Tim Folliard Sports Writer DETROIT, MI - The Bears defeated the Lions 24-20 on Thanksgiving to improve to 6-6 on the year. The Bears overcame a slow start to end the game with a 17-3 run. Mitchell Trubisky led the way with 338 passing yards and 3 touchdowns. Cordarrelle Patterson opened the feast with a … Continue reading Bears Win on Thanksgiving With Late Touchdown
Dielle Ochotorena Perspectives Editor On World AIDS Day this past Sunday, Dec. 1st, communities and countries all over the world gathered to remember the many lives lost to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. We mourned for the great lives lost over the decades since the HIV/AIDS crisis was finally made public, and we stand in solidarity with … Continue reading World AIDS Day: A Look Back into the History of the AIDS Crisis