Syeda Saberi News Editor Scholl hall underwent some minor remodeling and introduced a new science lab for students to use on September 19, 2019. The new hall boasts a private conference room fishbowl style, a counter island space for students to study, and a professional sofa and lounge setting for any social and behavioral science … Continue reading Scholl Hall Gets A Mini-Makeover
Zaakirah Mujid Video Editor A fun segment on student stress weeks into the semester.
Amber Syed Scene Editor Brittney Spears’s father, Jamie Spears, was accused of child abuse to his 14-year-old grandson, Sean. Earlier this month, Brittney’s ex-husband, and father to their two sons Sean and Jayden, Kevin Federline and his attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan filed a police report against the singer’s father for physical abuse to Sean during … Continue reading Brittney Spears’s Father Not Charged for Child Abuse to Grandson
Andrew Tran Staff Writer There’s a new iPhone! Apple has released information regarding its newest iPhone model this year’s Apple Keynote. At this event, Apple unveiled its newest set of iPhones - the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The month of September has been the sweet spot for Apple when … Continue reading The New iPhone 11, Worth the Money?
Amber Syed Scene Editor Fall officially started this year on September 23, which means fall colors are back in style. After all the pastels and bright fun colors no one knows what fall season might bring. Fall is typically known for darker, earthier tones but this year some new exciting colors are in trend. Every … Continue reading 2019 Fall Color Trends
Joey Spahn Sports Editor WOODRIGE, IL - The Benedictine men’s soccer team teamed up with the Lisle-Woodridge Fire Department for the third annual Town/Gown Fire Safety Community Service Project this past Thursday. This service project is meant to help raise awareness for fire and carbon monoxide safety. The Town/Gown Fire Safety Community Service Project is … Continue reading Men’s Soccer Team Helps Out the Local Community
Yasmeen Ahmad Staff Writer On Tuesday September 17th, BenU’s SJP hosted a kickoff for all Benedictine Students during common hour (12:30-1:30) in the quad. SJP stands for Students for Justice in Palestine, a student organization with a goal to spread awareness about the humanitarian injustices taking place in Palestine. The kickoff included food, games, and … Continue reading SJP Kickoff
Tim Folliard Staff Writer SOUTH BEND, IN - Benedictine University men’s and women’s cross-country teams competed at the National Catholic Invitational this past Friday. The event was held by the University of Notre Dame with 23 teams participating from all over the country. Teams included Notre Dame, Dayton and Crieghton. The men’s cross-country team sent … Continue reading Cross Country Teams Compete at Notre Dame