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No. 22 Lady Ravens dominate Missouri Valley

Randy Speer, The Circuit Benedictine jumped out to an early lead and never looked back as it blew out Missouri Valley 95-59 at Ralph Nolan Gymnasium. No. 22-ranked Ravens opened Wednesday’s game on a 13-1 run in the opening 5 minutes and never surrendered the lead. “The big key is we moved the ball,” Benedictine

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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Community connects at Heroes Day

Mike McFarland, The Circuit Benedictine College hosted Atchison Heroes Day Saturday, Jan. 23 in the Ralph Nolan Gymnasium. Atchison residents and BC students treated Atchison firefighters, policemen and emergency medical technicians to a standing ovation at half time of the men’s basketball game. Women’s Basketball Coach Chad Folsom and Men’s Basketball Coach Ryan Moody were

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

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Theater students succeed at annual festival

Sarah Smeltzer, The Circuit Everyone in the crowd rose to their feet as the cast of Smokey Joe’s Café concluded their show with the classic song, “Stand by Me.” Sounds of whooping and hollering filled the air. The energy in that room was different from anything I’ve ever experience. It was in that moment I

SGA: Semester recap

Natalie Gallatin, SGA President As we head strong toward finals and try not to distract ourselves too terribly with our excitement about Christmas break, I want to send you off this semester with confidence in your student representation. Here is a quick sample of what we have worked on this year for you: • We

SGA: Semester recap

Natalie Gallatin, SGA President As we head strong toward finals and try not to distract ourselves too terribly with our excitement about Christmas break, I want to send you off this semester with confidence in your student representation. Here is a quick sample of what we have worked on this year for you: • We

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