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Logan Hanson Sports Editor The Benedictine student organization Fempower, who had initially raised money for Planned Parenthood, were told by members of the Benedictine administration to donate the funding raised to a different organization. The issue with the donation going to Planned Parenthood was that the organization goes against the Benedictine core values and the … Continue reading Fempower’s Fundraiser for Planned Parenthood Runs Counter to BenU Values, States University
By: Claire Kositzky SPORTS AND HEALTH EDITOR This past weekend Benedictine University’s men’s and women’s track and field hosted the twilight invitational. Men’s track and field placed fifth while women’s track and field placed twelfth. “The men’s and women’s track and field team was able to get some great races on the track this weekend, … Continue reading Men’s Track and Field place fifth, Women place Twelfth at home Meet
By: Claire Kositzky SPORTS AND HEALTH EDITOR Benedictine University’s men’s lacrosse lost to long time rival Aurora University on the road this past Thursday. Freshman Tony DePinto opened the scoring for Benedictine in the first quarter, scoring the first out of three goals throughout the game. Aurora scored three points after DePinto. Freshman Dominic DePinto … Continue reading Men’s Lax loses to Aurora
By: Staff Writer Elana Garay Women’s Lacrosse won a game against Wartburg College last Saturday. The win secured them in first place for the Midwest Women’s Lacrosse Conference tournament. “Wartburg was an exciting game. We knew that if we won, we would make it to the playoffs for the first time in history! If we … Continue reading Women’s Lacrosse wins, secures 1st for MWLC Tournament
By: Sports and Health Editor Claire Kositzky On Monday Benedictine University’s baseball team faced Marian University in an afternoon doubleheader game and lost. Benedictine led in both games; however, the boys were unable to hold Marian. “Marian was a good team that came out ready to play,” stated senior pitcher Tim Feeley. In the first … Continue reading Baseball loses to Marian University
By: Claire Kositzky SPORTS AND HEALTH EDITOR The last week of school and the week of finals can be the most stressful time in a college student’s life. We stay up for long periods of time cramming useless information, sacrificing our precious sleep time. We tend to eat unhealthy foods because it is a quick … Continue reading Staying Relaxed and Prepared during Finals
By: Sarah Hussey STAFF WRITER Summer is nearing; classes are winding down. As the temperature begins to rise in these upcoming summer days, we’ll be craving some cold drinks. Instead of grabbing a shake or a soda, you can easily grab an alternative: smoothies. Unfortunately, many smoothies at popular food chains are filled with artificial … Continue reading Simplifying Smoothies