Amber Syed Scene Editor Halloween is over, so many are skipping straight to the winter festivities. Stores are putting their Christmas Holiday displays out, and Thanksgiving might as well be forgotten for some people. Other than basic consumerism, and the religious aspects, music is one of the defining factors of the winter holidays. The general … Continue reading Jonas Brothers New Xmas Jingle
Syeda Saberi News Editor A school resource officer was arrested for child abuse charges when he was found slamming a teen to the ground by the teen’s throat. Deputy Willard Miller has been posted at the school since 2016. In the video* the deputy can be seen standing in the same room with the girl, … Continue reading The Candor Clips
Amber Syed Scene Editor Birthday parties are usually a big thing for anyone, but if you’re a Jenner, then it’s a huge thing. Kendall Jenner had her 24th birthday party and a Halloween bash combined, on Friday night, but kept it a little less flashy for her after party. According to Refinery 29, she invited … Continue reading Kendall Jenner’s 24th Birthday
Sarah Nasif Staff Writer Over the years more crime shows have been airing on TV. People have become obsessed with crime shows for many reasons such as the adrenaline rush that is associated with them. Another reason is because crime shows are portrayed from a different point of view which makes most of them … Continue reading Which Characters Should Crime Show Fans Root For?
Andrew Tran Staff Writer If anyone should investigate any federal institution in the U.S., it should be the FBI. A lot of what the FBI has done has been shrouded in mystery since most of its investigations are not available to the public. It has attempted to change that stance by operating a website called … Continue reading The ‘Finders’: One of the FBI’s Hidden Secrets; What Else Could They Be Hiding?
Zaakirah Mujid Video News Editor Emma Roberts receives her 14th Athlete of the Week award from the NACC. Hear more about the season from herself and her coach.
Syeda Saberi News Editor Sophia Mattimiro Editor-in-Chief A Benedictine student’s comments during a university sponsored presentation last week, about the similarities between Palestinians and the Holocaust survivors, was shared on Twitter and created a storm of controversy; the video has been viewed more than 260,000 times. It also drew the scorn of Jonathon Greenblatt, … Continue reading Benedictine Student’s Controversial Twitter Comments Gain 260,000 Views; Attracts the Scorn of Anti-Defamation League
Syeda Saberi News Editor Army Lt. Col Alexander Vindman testified against President Trump in a closed-door deposition. He stated that he was disturbed by the phone call between the POTUS and Ukraine’s president resulting in the impeachment court postponement. “I was concerned by the call. I did not think it was proper to demand that … Continue reading Candor Clips
Tim Folliard Sports Writer Kicking a field goal in wet and windy conditions is not an easy task. To add to the challenge, the game is on the line. But despite these challenges, freshman kicker, Tanner Mateus made the 18-yard field goal and Benedictine beat Eureka College in a slugfest 17-14. Most of the … Continue reading Football Beats Eureka to Remain Undefeated in Conference