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Folsom picks up 300th career win at Missouri Valley

By Michael French, Reporter After a brief two-game skid sent the Lady Ravens out of the Top 25, coach Chad Folsoms’ team turned its fortunes around with back-to-back victories. The latest victory over Missouri Valley 82-70, also earned Folsom his 300th career win. In his 14th season with the Lady Ravens, Folsom is the program’s all-time winningest

Benedictine athletic department hires Magee as first women’s lacrosse coach

By Adam Burns, Sports Editor The Benedictine athletic department hired its newest coach Thursday afternoon, according to the Benedictine FYI sent to students. Amanda Magee is in line to head up the women’s lacrosse team, as they make the transition from club to varsity next year. “We are excited to have Amanda join the Raven

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Abigail Mesco and Kate Ford share senior art show

By Annie Koppes, Reporter It’s not often the McArthur Gallery of Art showcases two senior art shows simultaneously. This semester, senior art majors Abigail Mesco and Kate Ford are presenting their Senior Art Talks at 5 p.m. on Friday, February 27, in the O’Malley-McAllister Auditorium. Mesco and Ford are presenting their art to the public

Art students create ‘Refuge’ at the Abbey

Five art majors recently completed “Refuge,” an installation art piece at the Abbey, placing it outdoors in the old “goat pit” between the church and guesthouse. “Installation art is a type of artwork where an entire space and everything in it is considered part of the art,” said Bryan Park, assistant professor, Art. “The artist

The Head and the Heart: BC’s Fundraising for the Future

By Maggie Doyle, Reporter As Benedictine College progresses through its 2020 campaign, students and faculty continue looking forward to campus developments on the horizon. “We are just coming off the heels of the Investing in Excellence Campaign, a $50 million campaign that raised $70 million, making it one of our most successful campaigns to date,”

Abigail Mesco and Kate Ford share senior art show

By Annie Koppes, Reporter It’s not often the McArthur Gallery of Art showcases two senior art shows simultaneously. This semester, senior art majors Abigail Mesco and Kate Ford are presenting their Senior Art Talks at 5 p.m. on Friday, February 27, in the O’Malley-McAllister Auditorium. Mesco and Ford are presenting their art to the public

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SGA: Ignore your own press, don’t let critique affect daily work

A friend asked recently if I’d seen the comment about me on Yik Yak. He said someone posted, “Joey Jadlowski is just a puppet of the administration. SGA doesn’t do jack for this school.” A little while later, I was tasked with planning the 100-Day March, an annual event when seniors celebrate the 100-day countdown

Borgmann’s Biases: Oscar nominations

By Andrew Borgmann, Movie Reviewer The 87th Academy Awards show airs at 6 p.m. Feb. 22 on ABC, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris. Here are my opinions on a few of the categories. In the Best Picture category, I’m rooting for Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood.” Taking 12 years to make, “Boyhood” chronicles the life of a

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: Ignore your own press, don’t let critique affect daily work

A friend asked recently if I’d seen the comment about me on Yik Yak. He said someone posted, “Joey Jadlowski is just a puppet of the administration. SGA doesn’t do jack for this school.” A little while later, I was tasked with planning the 100-Day March, an annual event when seniors celebrate the 100-day countdown

“Big River” a bit hit

Directed by Theatre and Dance Department chair Scott Cox and featuring award-winning music by Roger Miller, the musical “Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” tells the story of Huck, a young boy living in pre-Civil War Missouri, and Jim, a runaway slave heading North. Presented by Theatre Atchison and Benedictine College Department of Theatre

Language key to Moroccan life

By Lauren Williams, Reporter In Morocco, it’s normal to meet people who speak four or five languages fluently. “We Moroccans are confused,” said Chaimaa Belfqih, a 23-year-old PhD candidate. “Sometimes we speak Arabic, sometimes French, sometimes English.” Growing up, Moroccan children learn their first language: Moroccan Arabic, a separate dialect from modern-standard Arabic, which they

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