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BenU library provides a glimpse into the past

Kulsum Musani STAFF WRITER Benedictine University’s library is providing free half-hour tours of its archives and special collections every Wednesday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. through Thanksgiving. Julie Wroblewski, the archives and special collections librarian, leads students and visitors through the tour, which allows them to see historical collections of the University, as well … Continue reading

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Lunch with landscapers discusses plant care

By: Blanca Gaig GUEST WRITER Campus Services’s recently hosted Lunch with Landscapers, where a plant expert shared tips to help prolong plant life Hasnija Hadzic, service operations manager for Ambius, the largest interior landscaping company in North America, spoke and answered questions at the event last week. More than 60 people including faculty, staff and … Continue reading

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SJP provides details of mission through film

By Aaron Youngblood STAFF WRITER Many BenU students received a “Notice of Eviction” claiming their properties were to be demolished. The “notices” were actually flyers promoting the screening of the award-winning documentary, “Occupation 101: Voices of the Silenced Majority,” which provided details of the mission of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP). The film depicted … Continue reading

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Police Reports

On October 28th at 7:44 P.M., University Police responded to the quad area in front of Jaeger Hall, where two female students reported that two males were throwing apples while people were walking. One of the apples hit one of the girls leaving a baseball size mark on her upper arm. Other witnesses came forward … Continue reading