Attending BenU’s Music Performance 

Andrew Tran Staff Writer   There was a Concert band performance last Wednesday which comprised percussion, wind, brass instruments and lead conductor Dr. Legutki. They performed seven distinct pieces from composers such as Freddie Mercury and Robert Sheldon. These types of performances should be exposed to the rest of the BenU and Lisle community since … Continue reading Attending BenU’s Music Performance 

I Want A Baby, but My Bank Account Says I Can’t Even Afford Avocado Toast

Dielle Ochotorena Perspectives Editor The birthrate in the United States is the lowest it’s been in 30 years, and the decline is spreading across age groups. The fertility rate in the United States has been falling for years, and it has been likened to the idea that women are gaining greater access to education, workplace … Continue reading I Want A Baby, but My Bank Account Says I Can’t Even Afford Avocado Toast

BU Tattoos

Sophia Mattimiro Scene Editor The people who make up Benedictine University’s community come from different backgrounds and lifestyles. Getting a tattoo, or multiple can reflect those backgrounds and life experiences. Alexander Worrell is a freshman at BenU. He is from Chicago, and he came to BenU to study for a business management degree. Worrell is … Continue reading BU Tattoos