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Football earns the win in season opener, defense proves itself

Randy Speer, The Circuit No. 25 Benedictine opened their season with a 24-14 victory over Evangel. How the defense would perform – an unknown heading into fall camp- was answered early on. Evangel’s first three offensive drives ended with turnovers caused by the Raven defense. On the opening drive, Evangel (0-1, 0-1 Heart) looked prime

Sports Summer Recap

Staff Report, The Circuit Summer break didn’t stop the sports world from turning. Here are the top stories that happened while everyone was away from campus. May 20-23 – Track and field earns seven All-America honors in 2015 NAIA Track and Field Championships. Senior Jacob Connealy earned his first All-America nod in his final attempt.

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Wheeler tells his side of D.C. gun charge

By Randy Speer, Reporter What started as an ordinary morning for Joshua Wheeler ended with a night in jail and felony charge brought against him. Wheeler, who is 24 and not 25 as previously reported, was arrested Monday for bringing a gun into the Longworth office building in Washington, D.C., during his internship with Kansas

Breaking ground: Recreational center construction officially underway

By Adam Burns, The Circuit Benedictine President Stephen Minnis stood in what used to be left field of the old BC Softball Field Friday afternoon. Minnis was there to happily announce the start of a 10-month construction process for the anticipated student recreational center. A crowd of Benedictine board members, benefactors and students shared in

Breaking ground: Recreational center construction officially underway

By Adam Burns, The Circuit Benedictine President Stephen Minnis stood in what used to be left field of the old BC Softball Field Friday afternoon. Minnis was there to happily announce the start of a 10-month construction process for the anticipated student recreational center. A crowd of Benedictine board members, benefactors and students shared in

Benedictine student arrested for D.C. gun violation

By Randy Speer, The Circuit Benedictine College student Joshua Wheeler was arrested in Washington D.C. today after allegedly trying to bring a gun into the Longworth House Office Building, according to an Associated Press news report. Wheeler is a political science major who was interning with Rep. Lynn Jenkins, a Kansas Republican. Capitol Police Lt.

Opinion

Borgmann’s Biases: Avengers: Age of Ultron

By Andrew Borgmann, The Circuit The summer blockbuster season has officially started with what will undoubtedly be the biggest movie of the year. That’s right, “Avengers: Age of Ultron” is finally in theaters. In this movie, Earth’s mightiest heroes join forces again to take down Hydra and steal back Loki’s scepter from the first movie.

Borgmann’s Biases: Avengers: Age of Ultron

By Andrew Borgmann, The Circuit The summer blockbuster season has officially started with what will undoubtedly be the biggest movie of the year. That’s right, “Avengers: Age of Ultron” is finally in theaters. In this movie, Earth’s mightiest heroes join forces again to take down Hydra and steal back Loki’s scepter from the first movie.

Circuit Editorial: Following AP style

We used the term “anti-abortion” instead of “pro-life” in the article “Marching for a cause” in the Jan. 31 issue. Sometimes we may choose to use terms that some people or organizations may not agree with. But we have a style to abide by. In journalism, we use a different form of writing, called Associated

SGA: preparing for a new year

I am honored to address you as the new Benedictine SGA president. A little about myself:  I’m a junior from a small river town in Missouri. I’m majoring in economics and art, with an accounting minor. I thoroughly enjoy hiking canyons and appreciate the music of Cat Stevens. I’m passionate about the promotion of human

Farewell from Fr. Brendan

Faithful BC Ravens take pride in tradition. A favorite Benedictine tradition is “the nod.” Professors, coaches and missionaries give a nod to good answers, plays and decisions. Students and alumni nod. We even nod at the name of Jesus in Mass. Our nod is a gesture of acknowledgement, appreciation and love. The readings this Easter

In Morocco, things like vomit and bribes happen

By Lauren Williams, Circuit Columnist I’ve called Morocco home for a little more than two months, now. Most of the time, being in Morocco is eye-opening, rewarding and enriching. But this spring break, I experienced another side to Moroccan culture, and it was still incredible. But, there were challenges. Despite this, I have absolutely no

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