Photo Credit: Upsplash.com Anna Fisher - News Editor Benedictine started giving the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to community members today in Goodwin. Students interested in receiving the vaccine should complete this survey form. “It is my pleasure to inform you that Benedictine University will be hosting Metro Infectious Disease Consultants (MIDC) on our campus to ensure … Continue reading Benedictine Becomes a Vaccine Clinic Site
Senior Allison Michalski scored 16 points in the NACC Championship game. Photo Credit: Kathy Karagiannis Tim Folliard - Sports Editor Six Benedictine sports teams competed this week. While women’s soccer began their season, the women’s basketball season came to an end. March will be the busiest month for Benedictine athletics, with nearly all sports having … Continue reading Women’s Basketball Falls in NACC Final, Other Sports Continue to Compete
Photo Credit: Intelligent.com Kaitlyn Estopare - Staff Writer Benedictine University was ranked 42 out of 50 for the Best Online Master’s in Nutrition Degree Programs by Intelligent, a trusted source for degree ranking, Mar. 9, 2021. This ranking is conducted through 206 colleges and universities that are evaluated on curriculum quality, cost, flexibility, faculty, graduation … Continue reading Benedictine Ranks in the Top 50 for Best Online Master’s in Nutrition
Photo Credit: ben.edu Anna Fisher - News Editor Benedictine is starting the Club Sports Program Fall 2021 and students are invited to join. New activities include eSports, Cricket, and Dance Team. In addition, Cheerleading and Pep Band, which already have a robust history at BenU, will be part of the Club Sports Program. “Our hope … Continue reading Club Sports Program Launches this Fall
Photo Credit: Fox 8 Jesus Cortez - Staff Writer Daylight saving time made its yearly return in Illinois this past Sunday at 2 a.m. While we have lost an hour of sleep, in return, we will now receive longer sunny afternoons. Many people enjoy having an earlier sunrise and a later sunset. However, many also … Continue reading Keep or Kick Daylight Saving Time?
After beating Aurora, the women's basketball team is advancing to the conference championship. Photo Credit: benueagles.com Tim Folliard - Sports Editor Women’s basketball was able to secure the South division crown this week with wins over Concordia Chicago and Aurora. They were able to stave off an Aurora comeback with crucial buckets from Allison Michalski … Continue reading Women’s Basketball to Play for NACC Championship, More Sports Begin Competition
Photo Credit: Unspalsh Sajina Jacob - Staff Writer Benedictine University recently sent out a campus wide email detailing information regarding Campus Security Authorities. This email was released under the Clery Act, a consumer protection law that aims to provide transparency around campus crime policy and statistics. CSAs are those who have been specified by Benedictine … Continue reading BenU Releases Information on Campus Security Authorities
Photo Credit: Unsplash Anna Fisher - News Editor Atop academics, work, and trying to preserve mental health, students in clubs are struggling to maintain their communities. How can clubs flourish when everything is on Zoom? However, a few student organizations are soldiering through with different strategies. “I know it’s really hard to be motivated right … Continue reading What Holds Clubs Together as the Pandemic Drags on?