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America’s Involvement in the Syrian Civil War is Questionable in the terms of ethics?

Omair Ali Perspectives Editor Last week, the Trump administration authorized an attack in Syria, where a barrage of ballistic missiles struck an airfield. This action was unprecedented because this was the first time the United States was directly involved in the Syrian civil war. News of this incident took the world by surprise, as America … Continue reading

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Catholics and Muslims Build Bridges of Understanding in Interreligious Dialogue

Nabiha Asim Staff Writer Walking through the halls of Benedictine, a Catholic institution, students may find themselves interacting with a person of another faith.  Notably, the two most prominent faiths on campus, Catholics and Muslims, came together to engage in an interreligious dialogue Tuesday in Kindlon Atrium. “The purpose is to foster new relationships, create … Continue reading

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Free Bowling Event

Michelle Reilly News Editor Students were treated to a night of free bowling at Lisle Lanes on Thursday, March 30th. The outing ran from 7-11:30 pm, giving students plenty of time to get to the bowling alley, even if they had night class. Lisle Lanes was busy all night due to Benedictine students. Whether you … Continue reading

Cubs Season Preview
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Cubs Season Preview

Daniel Dalenberg Staff Writer No team has repeated as World Series Champions since the New York Yankees won three in a row from 1998 to 2000.  This year, the Chicago Cubs look to join an elite group as back to back champio ns.  With the season underway, here is all you need to know about … Continue reading