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Blast to the past

By Sarah Jaber Photography Editor Flipping through an old yearbook, one would expect to find black and white pictures of students in outrageous styles and outdated looks. Something may catch the eye, however, that might not have been obvious before. There may be nerdy glasses and out-of-this-world afros, but a lot of the styles of … Continue reading

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Two cents from T’n’C

By Therese Porod and Claire Kositzky Dear T‘n’C I was hanging out and watching a movie with this guy I like.  He hasn’t called or texted me back yet. What should I do? Love, Confused Chick   Dear Confused Chick, First off, it depends on how many days it has been since you have hung … Continue reading

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Surviving spring registration

By: Samantha Jones, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF | Eman Sahloul, PERSPECTIVES EDITOR It’s that time of year again. The time when anxiety runs high, endurance is amplified tenfold and a wave of panic is consuming. The time when apparent life-changing decisions need to be made. The time when credits are counted, schedules are edited and re-edited, and previous … Continue reading

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TALES FROM THE COP SHOP

This gent was suave and debonair. “World’s Most Interesting Man.” Just who was he, you ask? Why none other than Mr. Chuck Stewart- a ten year old boy who happens to be one of my former D.A.R.E. students. D.A.R.E. or Drug Abuse Resistance Education was an intensive 15 week program that taught fifth grade students … Continue reading

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Coffee Break!

By Kulsum Musani STAFF WRITER Starbucks, McDonalds, Dunkin’ Donuts, and Kindlon Café. You’ll probably notice cups of coffee from all these places in almost every morning class you enter. Students, especially college students drink massive amounts of coffee in order to stay awake in class and get through the day after pulling all nighters.  But … Continue reading

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A heterogeneous mixture

By Eman Sahloul Perspectives Editor Benedictine University has been proudly acclaimed to be one of the most diverse campuses in Illinois, with an arm full of new ethnic, racial and religious backgrounds spilling in every year. Although the university remains guided by Roman Catholic tradition, it readily welcomes the large population of Hindus, Muslims, and … Continue reading