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The truth about gluten

The truth about gluten

By Ashley Foulkes
February 20th, 2015

Most students can walk into the dining hall and pick up just about anything that looks appetizing to them. However, students who are gluten-intolerant or gluten-sensitive must make their food choices with caution. Every time CSB junior Lovell Murphy and …
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The art of teaching

The art of teaching

By Megan Flynn
February 20th, 2015

What do Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger and CSB/SJU professor Mark Mortrude have in common? They all wanted to be teachers. “If you don’t believe me that teaching is important, take it from these guys,” Mortrude said, pulling out newspaper articles …
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CSB/SJU theater to present “Proof”

CSB/SJU theater to present “Proof”

By Gretchen Brown
February 13th, 2015

Love. Drama. Math. One of these things is not like the others. But “Proof,” which opened this Thursday, has all three of those elements. And that’s what makes it unique. “There’s a professor (Robert) who has had tendency towards being …
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Put a ring on it

Put a ring on it

By Megan Flynn
February 13th, 2015

Sophomore Jocelyn Alcala’s to-do list is longer than yours. After crossing off work, homework and chores, she still has an endless list of things to take care of. She gets on Pinterest and pins ideas for flower arrangements, bridesmaid dresses …
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International Love

International Love

By Gretchen Brown
February 13th, 2015

Relationships often begin as chance encounters. That quick introduction from a friend-of-a-friend. Sitting in a random desk on the first day of school. “We met down in the kitchen one day just making food,” CSB senior Kathryn Martin said. “We …
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Your Story: Sarah Ober

Your Story: Sarah Ober

By Gretchen Brown
February 6th, 2015

You probably already know Sarah Ober. “She’s very much a leader in everything she does,” junior Afton Windsberger said. “You can see that throughout her involvement on campus.” Ober’s friends say she’s a people person. The senior communication major and …
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CSB/SJU Restaurant Week highlights Bennie/Johnnie-owned restaurants

CSB/SJU Restaurant Week highlights Bennie/Johnnie-owned restaurants

By Lauren Schoenbauer
February 6th, 2015

Upon entering a restaurant, “What do they have on the menu?” and “I hope they have (fill in the blank),” are probably general thoughts crossing guests’ minds. Rarely do guests think about who owns the restaurant. The CSB and SJU …
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New club advoates inclusion, problem solving between student groups

New club advoates inclusion, problem solving between student groups

By Stephanie Sandoval
January 30th, 2015

CSB/SJU offers over 100 student-run clubs ranging in areas of interest. From Biology Club to Ballroom Dance Club to Fishing Club, there’s a club for every passion. A new addition this semester has been Total Inclusion for Everyone (T.I.E), run …
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IWL promotes self defense

IWL promotes self defense

By Megan Flynn
January 30th, 2015

Bennies of all grade levels walked out of Centennial Commons Tuesday, Jan. 27 with a newfound sense of confidence and security. The Institute for Women’s Leadership hosted an introductory self-defense course for Bennies who want to learn basic safety skills …
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Nine ways to have a great interview

Nine ways to have a great interview

By Megan Flynn
January 23rd, 2015

January is one of the most popular months for job and internship interviews, especially on t he CSB/SJU campuses. For many, the most stressful part of the hiring process is the interview. Director of Career Services Heidi S. Harlander offers …
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