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Stacking up the Cash

By Kaitlynn Wolfgram STAFF WRITER Putting money aside can determine how you handle a situation: calmly and collectively versus anxiously and stressfully. The great thing about saving money is that it is never too late to start. Whether you are 16 working at your first job or 35 with a family, securing your finances and … Continue reading

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The Never Ending Lie

by Karly Sacco NEWS EDITOR @karlyxpaige It all started on June 8, 2010. Teenage girls all over the world were so excited for their favorite book series to come to life on their television screens. Who would have guessed that 5 years later the TV show, “Pretty Little Liars” would still be on? It is … Continue reading

Empowering Benedictine Women
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Empowering Benedictine Women

by Tatanisha Wooley SCENE EDITOR Benedictine University hosted an event for The Women’s Leadership Series on Wednesday, March 5 at 6:30 p.m. in Founders’ Woods Clubhouse. BenU Junior, Katie Roe started The Women’s Leadership Series because she is an Arthur J. Schmitt Scholar and one of the requirements of the scholarship is to do a … Continue reading

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Commuter Appreciation Month Lunch

by Tim Ziman STAFF WRITER Benedictine Commuter Services hosted an event to mark the start of Commuter Appreciation Month on March 4 in the Kindlon Atrium. The Commuter Appreciation Lunch was hosted in the first week of March and offered students hamburgers, halal burgers, fries and shamrock themed cookies. The lunch was an early St. … Continue reading

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The Bullying Ends Now

By: Zeba Haseeb PERSPECTIVES EDITOR Life of a typical middle school or high school student has changed a lot since we have been there. So much more technology used in ways we never even thought about back then. It’s interesting to see how these young teens are using it as well. Some go on to … Continue reading