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Let’s Avoid Designer Babies

Omair Ali Perspectives Editor Imagine you and your loved one had the ability to customize the genetic makeup of your future unborn child to perfection with the traits you most desire. Whether it’s eye color, athletic performance or even intelligence. This dream-like scenario is slowly becoming a reality, as the CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing tool is … Continue reading

The Necessity of Nuclear Energy Today
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The Necessity of Nuclear Energy Today

Omair Ali Perspectives Editor The Trump administration has reopened the books on Yucca mountain, a long-proposed national nuclear waste repository that can be found in the proposed 2018 budget. Trump’s support of nuclear energy storage is no surprise as he is very focused on creating jobs and supporting policies that would reverse many of the … Continue reading

Commuter Appreciation Month: Annual Free Commuter Breakfast
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Commuter Appreciation Month: Annual Free Commuter Breakfast

Lina Zhu Staff Writer On Wednesday, March 8, Benedictine Commuter Service and Student Activities and Leadership Development hosted their monthly free breakfast for commuters in the walkway of Kindlon on the second floor to kick off Commuter Appreciation Month. The breakfast ran from 9:00-10:30 am, with servings including; muffins, donuts, cinnanon rolls, fruit cups as … Continue reading

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March Madness Bracket Breakdown

Daniel Dalenberg Staff Writer On Sunday, the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship bracket was released.  So whether you’re filling out a bracket or just looking forward to watching the madness, here is the breakdown of “the bracket.” Notice:  All stats and information were gathered using ESPN’s college basketball database. The East Region: Favorites: Villanova … Continue reading