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...
Mueller’s Locker Room has recently implemented new regulations that require bar patrons to give two forms of identification to be served alcohol. This new regu- lation came in light of there being numerous incidents of...
Benedictine College’s Murphy Recreation Center put a new mask policy into place on Jan. 25.     The new policy requires all individuals to wear a mask while inside the building, and allows Rec employees to address people...
Senior baseball players Michael Slaten and Daryl Myers have been invited to play in the Major League Baseball Draft League this upcoming summer.  The MLB Draft League is a new collegiate league created in January. Its...
The first ever Pro-Life rally in Atchison, Kansas took place last Friday. The march began at St. Joseph Church and ended at the memorial to the unborn in Raven Memorial Park.   Each year Benedictine College takes approximately 400 students to Washington D.C. for the annual March for Life....
Coach Joel Osborn has been named the new head coach for the Benedictine College football team on January 14. He is taking over after the retirement of long-time Raven coach Larry Wilcox back on November...
After arguably one of the most contentious elections in modern political history, Joseph R. Biden and Kamala Harris are set to be inaugurated as the President and Vice-President of the United States on Wednesday Jan....
An American Red Cross blood drive on the Benedictine College campus provided participants with free COVID-19 antibody testing which attracted students wondering if they have been infected with the virus COVID.  Isaac Rudolph, junior, organized this first blood drive...