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Heart of America football will be aired on ESPN3, KSMO-TV in 2015

By Adam Burns, The Circuit A larger audience will be exposed to Heart of America football in select games of the 2015 season. The conference has entered into a contract with Niles Media Group, according to the Benedictine Athletic Department. Three Benedictine games will be shown live on ESPN3 and KSMO-TV (Kansas City), along with

Heart announces addition of two new members

By Randy Speer, The Circuit The Heart of America Athletic Conference officially added two new institutions to its already expanded conference Thursday afternoon. Clarke University and Mount Mercy University are the two schools, as reported by The Circuit on Wednesday. The two Iowa schools begin administrative work immediately and will be added to the athletic

News

New summer housing option in Lemke Hall

By Annie Koppes, The Circuit Memorial Hall is no longer a summer housing option. Newly-built Lemke Hall will be available to all current students who are planning to live on campus this summer. “Memorial Hall will be receiving significant updates this summer,” said Sean Mulcahy, Director of Residence Life. Carpets, paint and furniture will be

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

New summer housing option in Lemke Hall

By Annie Koppes, The Circuit Memorial Hall is no longer a summer housing option. Newly-built Lemke Hall will be available to all current students who are planning to live on campus this summer. “Memorial Hall will be receiving significant updates this summer,” said Sean Mulcahy, Director of Residence Life. Carpets, paint and furniture will be

Opinion

Netflix series’ ‘Daredevil’ does the character justice

By Andrew Borgmann, The Circuit Last week, the newest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe arrived exclusively on Netflix. “Daredevil,” revisits a character previously tarnished by its 2003 film adaptation and finally does it justice. The series follows Matt Murdock (played by Charlie Cox), a lawyer who lost his vision in an accident as a

Netflix series’ ‘Daredevil’ does the character justice

By Andrew Borgmann, The Circuit Last week, the newest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe arrived exclusively on Netflix. “Daredevil,” revisits a character previously tarnished by its 2003 film adaptation and finally does it justice. The series follows Matt Murdock (played by Charlie Cox), a lawyer who lost his vision in an accident as 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: 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

Letter to the Editor: Don’t assume media bias based off headline

Too often, people are concerned with taking a side with news. There’s a real absence of objective fact-seeking news watchers and news writers alike. Those who write the news and the ones who read the news are equally responsible. Writers go for ratings, and the masses want to be entertained. It’s a very sad, but

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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