The weekend is here and with it - the latest digitally-exclusive edition of The Circuit. This issue is brimming with stories both intriguing and revealing. Read about how local Atchisonians and Benedictine faculty and students...
Benedictine Head Football Coach Larry Wilcox picked up his 300th career win on Saturday, October 10. He is the 14th coach of any college division to ever reach this historic mark. Coach Wilcox began his head coaching career in 1979 after playing as a student at...
Dear Readers of The Circuit, It is our pleasure to present the latest issue of The Circuit, which can be read in its entirety here. Moreover, we are immensely proud to be circulating this issue in...
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...
Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?  Translated roughly as “who guards the guards themselves?”, or “who watches the watchmen?,” this phrase hails from the satires of the Roman poet Juvenal.      Though Juvenal intended his rhetorical question as a satire of marriage, it has taken a new life as a critique of power...
Now in the homestretch of election season, political campaigns are firing on all cylinders in the lead up to Election Day. As a part of the “Keep Kansas Great” Tour, Republican candidates made a stop...
Today marks the release of the latest e-edition of The Circuit, which can be read in full and downloaded here. Within its virtual pages are stories of abounding charity and the need to return to...
  Does anyone else want one of those massive, Deus Ex-Machina reset buttons that you can generally find in the final stage of an all-hope-is-gone scenario?  Well, all hope won’t be gone until after November, so it’s not time for the...
In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic and civil unrest have made humans struggle heartily. Yet, we continue to persevere through hardships and anguish. Everyone has had to adapt and change their way of life to accommodate...
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...