Benedictine Student’s Controversial Twitter Comments Gain 260,000 Views; Attracts the Scorn of Anti-Defamation League

Syeda Saberi News Editor Sophia Mattimiro Editor-in-Chief   A Benedictine student’s comments during a university sponsored presentation last week, about the similarities between Palestinians and the Holocaust survivors, was shared on Twitter and created a storm of controversy; the video has been viewed more than 260,000 times. It also drew the scorn of Jonathon Greenblatt, … Continue reading Benedictine Student’s Controversial Twitter Comments Gain 260,000 Views; Attracts the Scorn of Anti-Defamation League

Darwin Week Sparks a Conversation about the sustainability at Benedictine: Are We Impacting Climate Change in a Negative Way?

Syeda Saberi News Editor When Trump administration officials disregard, or avoid the topic of climate change, there is collective disbelief and disapproval from the general public. In the past weeks, climate change has become a primary cause of concern for climate activists such as Greta Thunberg, 16-year-old activist with Asperger’s syndrome*. Benedictine University is joining … Continue reading Darwin Week Sparks a Conversation about the sustainability at Benedictine: Are We Impacting Climate Change in a Negative Way?