Australia native finds new niche in track and field

By Michael French, Reporter Twenty-four-year-old Hayden Reed had it all figured out. He was going to live his dream and play collegiate basketball in the U.S. “Coming to compete in America is a huge deal for people in Australia,” said the Sunshine Coast, Queensland native. “It’s the end goal of so many athletes there.” For […]

Visiting professor offers Holy Land course

By Molly Blaeser, Reporter Ever wanted to walk where Jesus walked? See what Jesus saw? Daniel Musso and Dr. Matthew Tsakanikas are leading Benedictine students on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land May 19-27, which includes a course worth two credit hours. To prepare students for the trip, Tsakanikas, visiting assistant professor in theology, is […]

Professor offers course in Rome

By Maggie Jackson, Reporter Dr. Matthew Ramage, assistant theology professor, and his wife will be teaching a theology course this summer in Rome. The course, called “Roman Foundations of the Catholic Faith,” is a three-credit course which allows students to travel to Rome for two weeks. During the trip, students will have the opportunity to […]

Life after the March

By Evan Hennelly, News Editor So you went on the March for Life, or you know someone who went. Or maybe you stayed home and prayed for the people who went. But, as the rush of an enormous crowd wears off, you catch up with homework and recover from the exhaustion of days on a […]