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...
video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A69nUMDuP7c Vague Days is the solo music project of Benedictine alum, Brendan Gainer. He performed songs from his EP titled, Heap, at Turner Lawn on Saturday, Oct. 24. Gainer is a Circuit alum who utilizes his background...
With MLB postseason underway, we asked students questions about who they are rooting for to take home the crown. Question: Who's your favorite baseball team and who will win the World Series?     Interviews and pictures done by...
  The Serra Club of the Atchison Region hosted Fr. Dan Morris, vocation director for Archdiocese of Kansas City Kansas, at St. Joseph church last Monday.   Fr. Dan celebrated mass, the Serra Club hosted dinner and then a short...
We asked some students on what they are looking forward to about homecoming week.   Interview and photo credits done by Jason Nick and Will Russum.
With the growing war in Ukraine, propaganda and fake news from Russia have become more prominent than ever. Forged documents and fake news have been coming out of Russia for years and with the recent...
“The War on Christianity” is a phrase that is all too familiar with Benedictine Students.      The world around us tries to do everything it can to suppress the Christian narrative. Sadly, the Birth of Our Lord...
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...
Dear Readers, It's our pleasure to bestow to you the latest edition of The Circuit, which is available both in print and digitally here. Inside, you'll find news stories about the history of Benedictine College's Springfest,...
As the oldest of seven, most of my Thanksgiving family traditions involve fingerpaint and craft projects. Hand-painted turkeys on construction paper, a kitchen full of dirty dishes, a dining room crowded with noise and the warm...