New Surfer Blood album review

By Micheal Barilleaux, The Circuit. Surfer Blood is a band that has had no shortage of hardships in the past few years. The most no­table and tragic of these has been the loss of gui­tarist Thomas Fekete to a rare form of cancer just over a year ago. Nev­ertheless, the band has moved forward through these […]

Flags still soaring as they pass the Capital building. The American pride cannot be taken away. Photo by Grace King.

United we must stand

By Grace King, The Circuit. Flag burning, trashing cities and holding vulgar signs has become more common in society. Recent history would lead us to believe, that is what a lot of people think will help them get what they desire. Despite these current times of protest, all Americans must make sure the country stays […]

March, Stop, Talk!

By Ann-Marie Reasor, The Circuit. Marching has been a very popular theme these past few weeks. There’s been the Women’s March and the March for Life all within a two-week time period. Surprisingly though, these two marches don’t have much in common. The protesters who walk in the women’s march do so for pro-choice reasons. […]

Loving enough to be critical

Although it’s the start of a new semester, final exams still haunt my memory.  As I stayed up late furiously grading tests, I was often struck by how much easier my life would be if I just gave everyone A’s.  It would save me time, and I cannot imagine any students would have complained.  So […]

Students give successful SIBC presentation

By Gabrielle Douglass, The Circuit Five students from Benedictine College attended the International Politics and Economics Debate at the University of San Diego. Jack Cunningham, President of SIBC, helped a debate team consisting of four other students, including myself, prepare for an academic presentation on Saturday Nov. 5, 2016. SIBC stands for Student International Business Council. […]