Manny Machado Signs Biggest Free Agent Deal in Sports History

Jonathan Hodo Staff Writer   Manny Machado agrees to a 10-year, $300 million deal with the San Diego Padres on Tuesday.   Machado, a two-time Gold Glove Award winner at third base and four-time all-star made about $16 million between the Baltimore Orioles and Los Angeles Dodgers last season. Machado this past season was a … Continue reading Manny Machado Signs Biggest Free Agent Deal in Sports History

Eagle Update 2/20

Mike Santarelli Sports Editor Women’s Basketball- Finished their season with a record-breaking 21st victory. Men’s Track & Field- Finished second at the North Central Cardinal Classic. DeVonte Wilson finished the 60m Dash with the second-best time in the nation.  They will compete at the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference Championship in Kenosha on Saturday. Men’s Lacrosse- … Continue reading Eagle Update 2/20

New to Campus SPHINX Club takes first trip

Syeda Saberi News Writer The SPHINX club visited the Providence Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center to pass out cards on Valentine’s Day. The reason why this club was formed on campus became apparent during this first trip. Providence Healthcare has its own hair salon, recreational room and a cafeteria for residents to move about. However, while … Continue reading New to Campus SPHINX Club takes first trip

  The Candor’s Award- Winning Evening

Zaakirah Mujid News Editor   The Candor competed at the annual Illinois College Press Association’s contest this past weekend. Colleges/ Universities from across the state submitted articles that were published from February 2018 to January 2019. We were categorized with other non- daily publications who have under 4,000 students. Second place Winner: Mike Santerelli (Sports … Continue reading   The Candor’s Award- Winning Evening

Sexual Assault Becomes Harder to Report with DeVos’ Title IX Proposal

Dielle Ochotorena Perspectives Editor   U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’ has proposed new changes to Title IX, a federal law that prohibits discrimination based on sex in federally funded schools or education programs. DeVos’ regulations on how universities across the nation deal with reports of sexual assault and misconduct have been facing backlash since their … Continue reading Sexual Assault Becomes Harder to Report with DeVos’ Title IX Proposal