Everything You Need to Know About the new BenU Model

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Photo Credit: ben.edu Syeda Saberi - News Editor Benedictine University welcomed Kenneth F. Newbold, Jr., Ph.D. as the new provost as of May 2020 and has been communicating with students and faculty over the past few months  to introduce the new teaching models, which provides guidelines on how the Fall 2020 semester will work amidst … Continue reading Everything You Need to Know About the new BenU Model

Kenosha Shootings Spark More Debates on Racism by Authorities

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Photo Credit: adn.com Syeda Saberi - News Editor The shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha Wisconsin this past Sunday sparked an outburst of BLM protests in the area. Blake who remains paralyzed but is out of critical condition was shot 7 times in the back by officers as he was reaching into his vehicle. State … Continue reading Kenosha Shootings Spark More Debates on Racism by Authorities

New York Governor Allows Couples To Be Legally Married Via Zoom

Andrew Tran Perspectives Editor While everyone has been on lock down during the past 4 weeks, many people have to cancel their scheduled weddings for the end of March and for the month of April because of the social distancing guidelines. This leaves couples in a very weird spot since they cannot obtain their marriage … Continue reading New York Governor Allows Couples To Be Legally Married Via Zoom

A Simple Definition of Feminism

Sara Nassif Perspectives Writer Feminism is advocating for women's rights and asking for equal rights for no matter a person’s gender. Feminism has a long history; it has started since the earliest stage of human civilization. The history of feminism is eventful and mesmerizing, starting from fighting for women’s suffrage, to marches, to the MeToo … Continue reading A Simple Definition of Feminism