Sajina Jacob News writer Robert Mueller delivered his long-awaited report to the Attorney General William Barr on Friday, March 22. Barr then wrote a four-page summary on it that was submitted to Congress. Robert Muller was the former Director of the FBI who was chosen as a key investigator of the potential Russian interference regarding … Continue reading The Mueller Report: What You Should Know
Sophia Mattimiro Scene Editor Last week, Notre Dame’s newspaper, The Observer, received a letter from a mother who did not appreciate seeing female students in tight clothing, specifically leggings. The issue of what women wear is not a new one. Whether women are blamed for their mistreatment because of what they were wearing, … Continue reading Should There Be a College Dress Code?
Sophia Mattimiro Scene Editor April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention month. One of the common issues surrounding sexual assault is whether people believe victims. Some top reasons why victims of sexual assault do not report are because they don’t think the police will do anything about it and no one will believe them. In … Continue reading Celebrities Are Ruining People’s Chance at Survival
Zaakirah Mujid News Editor Former Associate Provost and Chemistry professor, Dr. David Sonnenberger, will serve as Interim Provost of Benedictine. He will serve beginning mid-April (most likely for one year), as the University searches for someone to take the more permanent position. “Hopefully, we will start interviewing sometime late Fall (2019) semester, decide on … Continue reading Interim Provost announced, search continues for a permanent one
Dielle Ochotorena Perspectives Editor Gellert Grindelwald (left) played by Johnny Depp and Albus Dumbledore (right) played by Jude Law. Credit: New York Daily News Ten years ago Harry Potter fans, myself included, were clamoring for more post- Deathly Hallows information about the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, and now these days we’re just wishing for … Continue reading Harry Potter and Problematic Back World Building of J.K. Rowling
Joey Spahn Sports Writer Lisle – The Benedictine University women’s lacrosse team is traveling to Aurora University on Wednesday night, at 7 pm. The Eagles are currently 0-6 in the MWLC and are hoping to turn their season around with what would be the first win of the season. Senior, Samantha Tikalsky is the leading scorer for the … Continue reading Women’s Lacrosse at Aurora Game Preview
Andrew Tran Staff Writer Most students returning from Spring Break have been overwhelmed with exams, papers, assignments, and class projects. Some of us are extremely diligent with clubs/organizations, part-time jobs, and other hobbies. Therefore, most students will experience sleep deprivation in their college career. Sleep deprivation can be very dangerous to BenU students not just in … Continue reading No Rest For The Weary Or For The College Student
Andrew Tran Staff Writer When most high schoolers apply for college their ACT/ SAT score and overall GPA extracurriculars are some factors by which the college admissions team decides if the student gets accepted into their University. For the student, distance, tuition cost, participation in athletics, and overall education are all factors in deciding which … Continue reading College Admissions: Merit or Money?