Kyle Bock Sports Editor The Benedictine University Football Team improved its record to 6-3 on the season and 4-1 in the NACC conference this past Saturday when they defeated Wisconsin Lutheran College 44-7 at the Lisle Sports Complex. The Eagles scored 37 unanswered points through the first three quarters of play, before Wisconsin Lutheran finally … Continue reading Football Defeats Wisconsin Lutheran 44-7
Omair Ali Perspectives Editor Lately, Americans have faced a shocking rise in violent crimes— mass shootings, sexual predation and other injustices that fall beneath humanity. The frequency and scale of these crimes raises questions about the role of justice. It is infeasible to expect that justice, no matter how well it is established, will prevent … Continue reading Justice Needs Adjustments To Ensure More Safety
Lubna Ziauddin Staff Writer Our body is made up of eleven major organ systems, with a total of 79 organs in the human body. Our organs are (literally) a part of us and have been with us through our best and worst moments. So if some of our organs were life lessons, what would they … Continue reading If Organs Were Life Lessons, What Would They Teach You?
Kyle Bock Sports Editor Former Major League Baseball pitcher Roy Halladay was killed Tuesday afternoon after a plane he was flying crashed in the Gulf of Mexico. The death of the former Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher adds another name to the recent tragedies that have impacted the professional baseball league. Pasco … Continue reading Two-Time Cy Young Winner Roy Halladay Killed in Plane Crash
Logan Hanson Editor-In-Chief The Center for Civic Leadership (CCL) will be hosting political commentator and radio host Charlie Sykes in the Goodwin Hall Auditorium on Tuesday November 14th. The event includes Sykes giving a presentation entitled, Identities and Belonging in the Trump Era: One Conservative’s View. During the presentation, the Conservative analyst will reflect on … Continue reading Benedictine University to Host Conservative Analyst Charlie Sykes
Jennifer Flores Staff Writer Benedictine University is currently working on a new construction process in the Founder’s Woods apartment complexes that first started a couple of weeks ago. The process will be the repairing of the a few apartment building’s roofs after damage earlier in the year. “We are currently repairing roofs on a few … Continue reading Benedictine University Begins Founder’s Woods Roofing Repairs
Claudia Rojas Staff Writer *Note: This article contains spoilers* Many people have spent this past weekend binge watching the new season of the Netflix original series, Stranger Things. With lots of hype about the new season, many people were looking forward to watching the show when it premiered on Friday, October 27th. This new season … Continue reading Stranger Things Season 2: What Changed?
Kyle Bock Sports Editor The Benedictine Basketball season is set to begin in just a few short weeks. The Eagles will enter the 2017-2018 season with as the 23rd ranked Division III team in the nation. The Eagles will look to follow-up on last season's campaign which saw the team finish the season 23-5. The … Continue reading Benedictine Men’s Basketball Season Preview