Scan this code to add BC as a friend on Snapchat!  Photo by Danielle Sabolik.

Benedictine’s Snapchat Student Takeover

By Danielle Sabolik, The Circuit. Benedictine College’s Marketing and Communications Department is showcasing “A Day in the Life of a Raven” on their Snapchat, @benedictineks. They are looking for students who are participating in weekend events in all different campus departments and organizations. Olivia Dowling, Social Media Specialist for the Benedictine College Marketing and Communications department, […]

Accepting the Challenge – Fiat 90

Hope Thompson, The Circuit. This spring, 24 women from Benedictine College will be participating in a 90-day retreat that aims to challenge their body, mind and soul. Fiat 90 is the brainchild of junior Molly Tynan, sophomores Olivia Weiger and Kylie Mulholland. It began Feb. 13 and extends to May 12, the 91st day being the […]

The Scholarship Ball: a grand tradition

By Ivy Mackey, The Circuit. [Editor’s Note: The college is hoping to induct the 1967 team in the fall of 2017.] Benedictine College puts on many events throughout the year. On Feb. 25 at the Overland Park Convention Center in Leawood, Kan., the college holds the 46th annual Scholarship Ball, one of the most highly […]

Benedictine held a discussion panel concerning hunger in the Atchison area as part of Social Justice Week.  Photo by Brooke Cagle, Unsplash.

Panel discusses hunger in Atchison

By Lauren Elizabeth Kratz, Special to the Circuit. More than 600 stu­dents in Atchison do not have enough to eat. In fact, Atchison is in one of the poorest counties in Kansas and has been battling food insecurity for decades, according to a Social Justice Week pre­sentation at Benedictine College. According to Nichole Honeywell, assistant […]

President Gerald Ford and then Captain Bill Raymond posing beside a piece of the Berlin Wall as it was unveiled at Ford’s Presidential Library on the campus of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan in honor of Ford’s accomplishment with the Helsinki Accords. Photo courtesy of Bill Raymond.

Raymond receives honor after visiting all Presidential Libraries

By Danielle Sabolik, The Circuit. When Dr. Bill Ray­mond, associate profes­sor of political science, visited the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library in West Branch, Iowa, he forgot to bring his Presidential Libraries Passport which is neces­sary to receive credit for visiting one of the 13 Presidential Libraries. Upon returning home, Raymond called the National Archives to see […]

New Surfer Blood album review

By Micheal Barilleaux, The Circuit. Surfer Blood is a band that has had no shortage of hardships in the past few years. The most no­table and tragic of these has been the loss of gui­tarist Thomas Fekete to a rare form of cancer just over a year ago. Nev­ertheless, the band has moved forward through these […]

Senior Natalie Malone, treasurer of BCSNA, begins the panel on gender identity and ethics.  Photo by Ellen Petersen.

Student nurses host panel to discuss gender issues

By Ellen Petersen, The Circuit. The Benedictine Col­lege Student Nurses’ Association hosted a Gender Identity Ethics Panel on Feb. 22. The panel included Bernadette Maddock RN; psychologists Dr. Mike Moffitt and Dr. Jacque Pfeifer; Dr. Gerard Brungardt, MD; and Dr. John Rziha, Associate Professor of Theology at Benedic­tine College. All five speakers identify as Catholic […]