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Softball Season Recap
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Softball Season Recap

Kyle Bock Sports Editor The Benedictine Eagles softball team had yet another successful season finishing with a 34-13 record, and brought home their second straight NACC Championship.  The Eagles would fall to the University of Wisconsin La-Cross in the Regional stage, but it was still a successful season for the Eagles. The Eagles were led … Continue reading

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The Running Faucet Fallacy

Omair Ali Perspectives Editor Environmental conservation is an ethical mindset that resonates with many people today. But people pay little attention to the intricacies of stewardship, which includes monitoring one’s own water usage. Many people, regardless of their beliefs in environmental conservation, will fail to adhere to all their eco-principles and end up with gaping … Continue reading

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A Note from the Editor in Chief

Marissa Perez Editor in Chief Hello everyone. I would like to thank you all for such a great last year here at Benedictine University. I have been here for the past four years, and it is with mixed emotions to announce that this will be my last contribution to our university’s newspaper. I would like … Continue reading

BSU 2017 “I AM ART” Fashion Show
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BSU 2017 “I AM ART” Fashion Show

Lina Zhu Staff Writer Benedictine Back student Union (BSU) kicked off their 2017 “I AM ART” fashion show on April 30 on Goodwin Hall’s first floor complete with a live runway stage, two spotlights, and a 34×24 foot video wall. The fashion this year basically showed the timeline of clothing, from the 17th century to … Continue reading

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Former CIA Agent, Robert Baer Gives Insight on Issue of Syrian Conflict and Global Terrorism

Nabiha Asim Staff Writer When Robert Baer, former CIA agent and current CNN terrorism analyst, arrived in Beirut for the first time, he said he immediately became fascinated with a country you wouldn’t even have the slightest idea that there was a civil war going on. Baer addressed the Benedictine community about national security and … Continue reading