Sophia Mattimiro Scene Editor Face masks are a fun way to relax, as well as a good way to take care of your skin, but buying expensive masks can make them tedious, and there are times when going to the store isn’t the best option, like when you’re halfway through your skin care routine and … Continue reading DIY Face Masks
David Carey Sports Writer It’s official: the Los Angeles Rams will be taking on the New England Patriots in 53rd annual Super Bowl this Sunday. The Patriots finished the season 11-5 under head coach Bill Belichick. The Patriots will be led by Quarterback Tom Brady—who is going for his fifth Super Bowl ring. The Patriots … Continue reading Super Bowl LIII Preview
Omair Ali Perspectives Editor There is no doubt that the anti-vaccine movement presents a formidable danger to our nation’s safety and well-being. “Anti-vaxxers” spread poorly-cited information that influences misinformed decision-making regarding vaccine use among many individuals in our country. They are also partly to blame for the rise in vaccine-preventable disease outbreaks. The efforts of … Continue reading We Need a Stigma-Free National Campaign For Vaccine Education
Jafar Muhammad (Staff Writer) Zaakirah Mujid (News Editor) An MLK breakfast and racism dialog called MLK Day of Education – Everyone Has A Story to Tell, was hosted at BenU on Monday. The breakfast hosted students who are a part of the ACT-SO program in DuPage. It was started as a program to help … Continue reading MLK Day at BenU
Zaakirah Mujid News Editor The Board of Trustees voted to freeze tuition and fees for the upcoming 2019-20 school year. This decision may work to advance the University’s enrollment numbers. Tuition and fees for next year will remain at $34,290. Now tuition/fees during last year’s academic calendar (2017-18) were at $33,900, according to BenU’s Undergraduate … Continue reading Tuition Freeze: Numbers and Enrollment
Mike Santarelli Sports Editor After one of the biggest officiating blunders in sports history, Sunday, many Saints fans are calling for the game to be replayed starting at the blown “no-call” for pass interference late in the fourth quarter. The play, which the NFL immediately took accountability for, led to a heart-breaking loss in overtime … Continue reading Saints Season Ticket Holders Sue NFL. Could the Game Be Replayed?
Mike Santarelli Sports Editor The Benedictine University Cheerleading team has announced their tryout dates for April 27-28. Cheering on the Eagles football and basketball teams is an act almost all students know and love. But for some, cheering is an understatement and the experience is life-changing. “Over the years, I do not remember a team … Continue reading Cheerleading tryouts to be held in April for 2019-2020
Claire Boyle Staff Writer It is that time of year again to remember the great Martin Luther King Jr. This year’s celebration is special since January 15, 2019, would have marked the 90th birthday of the revered civil rights leader. Looking at all his accomplishments, I believe the most important aspect to his … Continue reading Martin Luther King Jr.’s 90th Birthday: Remembering How the ‘Love-Principle’ Changed History