Generation Z Shoulders Both Hope and Disappointment

Omair Ali Perspectives Editor Making sense of the potential of Generation Z to improve America is a matter of understanding the forces that dominate today’s culture. Technology has been important in facilitating cultural processes and social patterns and members of Generation Z are beneficiaries of the postmodern technological revolution that has brought some of the … Continue reading Generation Z Shoulders Both Hope and Disappointment

Students With Depression Should Avoid Binge-Watching Shows

Kathleen Rusch Staff Writer One of the biggest problems affecting depressed students and their ability to succeed in school is binge-watching television shows. While most students can manage their binge-watching behavior, students who suffer from depression are more likely to use it as a coping mechanism to alleviate their depressive symptoms. This is because of … Continue reading Students With Depression Should Avoid Binge-Watching Shows

Benedictine Head Football Coach Steps Down

David Carey Sports Writer Benedictine Football’s Head Coach Josiah Sears officially stepped down from the program and will be the new Offensive Coordinator at the highly touted IMG Academy High School in Florida. Benedictine went 13-7 in the two seasons under Sears and just this past season, Quarterback Ryan Sample set multiple school records under … Continue reading Benedictine Head Football Coach Steps Down

Benedictine to close, sell, Springfield Campus

Logan Hanson Editor-In-Chief Benedictine University announced Tuesday that it plans to close the Springfield campus and sell the land at the end of the 2018 spring semester. The campus, which has been a partner of Benedictine since 2003, is currently composed of graduate and adult-completion students. “Although it was a difficult decision, the university’s leaders … Continue reading Benedictine to close, sell, Springfield Campus