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Note: Editors Liam Keating, Fisher Ward, and John Tuttle explore how their grandparents used traditional media and how this influence has affected them. Blood and ink by Editor-in-Chief Liam Keating Freshman year I chose to study Journalism. But...
  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...
Dear on-campus students of Benedictine College: As you are well aware, we are all under some level of quarantine as students. While on-campus students have been told not to leave campus, they are still able to...
The last slaves were set free in the United States on this day in 1865. Today, June 19 is better known as Juneteenth. On this day, African Americans celebrate their heritage through festivals and other...
We create spaces in our homes for designated activities. It’s one of the ways we organize our lives – following a stream of consecutive movements from one room to the next until we go to sleep.   While at school, I often tried...
Oh, hay there. The Circuit staff takes thanksgiving very seriously. We give thanks to those around us because being with family makes everything butter. The only difference between your average turkey goer and us during this...
College does not provide constants. Students move dorms and residencies every year, friends graduate and move on and classes switch every semester.  I might be wrong, but if you ask an incoming college freshman and an...
As a body-soul composite, we are human. Beautiful and corrupted in our world, yet still human. Existing gives opportunity and inspiration surrounds us.   The ability for a human to exist and prosper exactly where they are...
James and Marianne Keating were expecting their first child in 1988. James was afraid of raising boys due to his ignorance of sports. He was a theology and theatre major in college. Jim had very...