Khalil Mack Injury Update
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Khalil Mack Injury Update

David Carey Sports Writer Bears’ defensive linebacker, Khalil Mack, was out this past week against the New York Jets with an ankle injury he suffered against the Miami Dolphins. Although the Bears were able to beat the Jets this past week, Mack’s presence was missed. They were able to contain a troubled Jet’s offense, but … Continue reading

Halloween Movie Throwbacks
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Halloween Movie Throwbacks

Sophia Mattimiro Scene Editor Halloween can be fun, especially sitting in front of a scary movie with some popcorn and the bowl of candy that’s supposed to be for the trick-or-treaters, until those trick-or-treaters pop up and ring the doorbell in the middle of the scariest scene of the latest horror flick on Netflix. Here … Continue reading

SJP’s For The Culture
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SJP’s For The Culture

Yasmeen Ahmad News writer Benedictine’s Students for Justice in Palestine took it upon themselves to unite the SJP’s in the Chicagoland area to host a night celebrating Palestinian culture. The event took place in Goodwin auditorium and was held from 6 to 10 p.m. on October 26th. A total of 405 people attended the event. … Continue reading

Pritzker connects with BenU Students
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Pritzker connects with BenU Students

  Syeda Saberi News Writer J.B. Pritzker spoke out on major political issues at Benedictine University. Democratic candidate JB Pritzker gave a speech in Goodwin on Tuesday, October 23rd. He answered students’ questions on policies related to tuition, taxes, and state laws. Pritzker, who is running for Governor of Illinois, was very inviting and welcoming … Continue reading

Former president Dr. Brophy’s decision to not return to BenU
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Former president Dr. Brophy’s decision to not return to BenU

Zaakirah Mujid News Editor Dr. Brophy, the previous president of Benedictine University, reached out to the BenU community regarding his decision to pursue his career at another university. Tenured, Dr. Brophy decided to relinquish his presidency before the Fall 2018 semester began. His plans back then included taking a year-long sabbatical and returning to teach in … Continue reading