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Social Justice Can’t Succeed Without Open Dialogue

Omair Ali Perspectives Editor America has experienced various waves of social justice and associated reform throughout its history. Some of the more prominent periods of social justice include: social justice preceding the Revolutionary War, the abolitionist movement prior to the Civil War, the era of “Progressivism” facilitated by President Theodore Roosevelt, and the great Civil … Continue reading

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BenU names new Provost

The following is a press release from the university – Benedictine University has chosen James E. Payne, Ph.D., as its next chief academic officer. Payne, dean of the J. Whitney Bunting College of Business at Georgia College in Milledgeville, GA, will succeed outgoing Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Maria J. de la Cámara, … Continue reading

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NFL Offseason Predictions

Daniel Dalenberg Staff Writer   Congratulations! If you’re reading this you made it through the first Sunday without NFL football. While sad that Sundays will no longer be filled with actual football games, we can now set our sights on the NFL offseason. Where will Cowboys Quarterback Tony Romo land? After a preseason injury gave … Continue reading