Sarah Nasif Staff Writer Over the years more crime shows have been airing on TV. People have become obsessed with crime shows for many reasons such as the adrenaline rush that is associated with them. Another reason is because crime shows are portrayed from a different point of view which makes most of them … Continue reading Which Characters Should Crime Show Fans Root For?
Andrew Tran Staff Writer If anyone should investigate any federal institution in the U.S., it should be the FBI. A lot of what the FBI has done has been shrouded in mystery since most of its investigations are not available to the public. It has attempted to change that stance by operating a website called … Continue reading The ‘Finders’: One of the FBI’s Hidden Secrets; What Else Could They Be Hiding?
Dielle Ochotorena Perspectives Editor If you knew what day you would die, what would you do? Would you be more ambitious and try to do everything you didn't get to do or wanted to do? Would we fall apart and die at the hands of ourselves? Would we say goodbye to our loved ones? Would … Continue reading Death Doesn’t Discriminate, So Why Are We Afraid of Living?
Andrew Tran Staff Writer Dielle Ochotorena Perspectives Editor With the 2020 Presidential Election season approaching, everyone is on edge, especially the current President and his opposition. Will we have another four years of Trump? Or will he be the first President since Republican President George H. W. Bush to lose his reelection bid? Tuesday, November … Continue reading Your Vote Matters, So Make It Count
Dielle Ochotorena Perspectives Editor The fight for equality and inclusivity of LGBTQ+ individuals who’ve faced prejudice, discrimination, and hatred in cities, states, and countries all over the world is still an ongoing battle, but during the month of October, we should take the time to reminisce over some of the extraordinary people who have battled … Continue reading LGBTQ+ Individuals Who Fought for LGBTQ+ Rights
Andrew Tran Staff Writer This topic materialized when I saw that retail sales in September had been down this year, which was the first decrease in retail sales in the last 7 months. The closing of several stores, such as Carson Pine Scott and Charming Charlie’s, also prompted me to question the seemingly growing number … Continue reading Are Retail Clothing Sales Expanding or Stuck?
Andrew Tran Staff Writer When I was a young child, I never thought about the reason why we celebrate Halloween. Instead, I focused on how much candy I could collect on a single night and dress up in a generic costume like a cowboy or a firefighter with a sweater underneath because it’d be too … Continue reading The Origins of Halloween Aren’t Even American
Dielle Ochotorena Perspectives Editor We definitely have a lot of school ‘spirit’ here at Benedictine University. So much so we’re considered one of the most haunted universities in the United States. We have plenty of ghosts and no darling, I’m not talking about ghosting people. I mean real actual ghosts, spirits, apparitions, shadows, demons, Casper; … Continue reading Benedictine University Might Be Haunted?! NOT CLICKBAIT. REAL STORY. PEOPLE DIED.