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Thanksgiving Football Preview

By Daniel Dalenberg Staff Writer Thanksgiving and football are a match made in heaven.  Whatever your Thanksgiving tradition is, there is a good chance it involves football at some point.  Whether it be a “Turkey Bowl” with your family and friends, or watching the Thanksgiving NFL games after a great Thanksgiving meal, football is there. … Continue reading

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Michelle Reilly News Editor Information provided by the Benedictine Police Department Disorderly conduct on Sunday, November 13th @ 1 a.m. A Benedictine University student was arrested for disorderly conduct early Sunday morning. A university police officer had been doing a premise check at Coal Ben for the event going on there, “Club Ben”, when she … Continue reading

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Men’s Soccer Advances to Sweet Sixteen

Logan Hanson Sports Editor The Benedictine Men’s Soccer team defeated Carthage College on Saturday 2-1 and University of Wisconsin-Whitewater 2-1 on Sunday in their two playoff matchups over the weekend in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The two victories advance the Eagles to the next round of the playoffs, the farthest the program has advanced in program history, … Continue reading

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Making a Murderer’s Brendan Dassey to Be Released from Prison

Jacqueline Gorr Scene Editor Dassey’s conviction was overturned in August On August 12, 2016 Brendan Dassey had his conviction overturned because he was coerced into giving a confession about being involved Teresa Halbach’s murder.That was the only evidence the judges had so he was found guilty. After Halbach’s murder, Brenden was interrogated 4 times during a … Continue reading