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Hello! Our latest edition of The Circuit, featuring stories about Atchison's street renovations and updates on Benedictine's mask mandates, is now available. Check out our full issue here! Be sure to check out our stories on Discovery...
The Symposium on Advancing the New Evangelization, an annual conference held at Benedictine College which was canceled in 2020, commenced on Friday. This year's symposium was markedly different from past conferences, including the use of Zoom...
The Benedictine College volleyball team has a new leader. The Raven Athletics Department announced the hiring of Victoria Hurtt as the new head coach late last month. Athletic Director Charlie Gartenmayer said Hurtt was a standout among the candidates for the job. “She...
It was a night for the record book.  The annual Benedictine College scholarship ball, despite being moved online broke record numbers in donations and raised over $1.1 million in scholarships for students. In anticipation of the change...
With spring on the horizon, the United States is approaching a bitter milestone: the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic. A year later, many are still grappling with how to handle the response to a...
Dear Readers, The second issue of The Circuit this semester is a collection of stories from a change in mask mandates on Benedictine College's campus to the late Matthew 'Chic' Downing's legacy. Check out the full issue...
Students in the art department kickstarted Benedictine’s 35th anniversary of Social Justice Week by hosting their showcase, “Art as Human Connection.”  Of those in the junior seminar class who put on the exhibit was Michaela Francescon, who...
 With just four weeks of school under their belts, some members of the junior class are looking ahead to the fall and new places to call home for the school year. And local landlords, like Lynn Flack, have never seen the hunt...
Atchison’s frigid winter weather came to a literal breaking point on the evening of Feb. 8 when a water pipe burst in Kremmeter Hall, causing three apartments to flood and damaging one other.  A frozen sprinkler...
Dear Readers, The first issue of The Circuit this semester is a collection of stories following everything from the frigid weather and students' search for off-campus housing, to college sports and local recreation. Check out the...