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...
On September 3, 2019 Benedictine Students gathered to hear Candice Millard, a New York Times bestselling author, present the Convocation speech. The speech focused on Millard’s book “Hero of the...
Finding parking around Benedictine College's campus has become increasingly difficult during class times, in part due to the loss of roughly 20 student spots in the Murphy Recreation Center parking lot. 
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...
Out of care and concern for our readers' health during the pandemic, we have limited the print version of our newspaper. This is key in reducing the potential spread of pathogens involved in a print...
This semester Benedictine College is offering a one-credit discovery seminar course entitled: “Discovering Atchison: Beyond the BC Bubble.” The Discovery seminar meets every Monday from 4:00-4:50pm. The course has two objectives: to ignite curiosity about the...
The Raven Store is now selling the new Tartan print, a branded merchandise for Benedictine College. Previously the school has used a generic black and red plaid for merchandise and wanted something special to the college. Sue...
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...
Minority students believe that Benedictine College should do a better job at making them feel more included in the school's culture. Benedictine’s student population is predominantly white and Catholic, often leading minorities to feel out of place. The Black Student Union...
The Benedictine College Department of Theatre & Dance has been faced with the challenge of presenting theatre in the midst of COVID-19 regulations on campus this semester. Since campus social distancing and mask-wearing guidelines apply to...