The Candor will cease publication until mid-August 2019, when fall semester resumes.
Zaakirah Mujid News Editor The Candor editors and staff would like to thank its readers for a record-breaking 2018-2019 school year. Our weekly publications, along with clicks on older achieved articles, resulted in a total of 57,000 views. Although the majority of our readers were current students and alumni from Benedictine, we did have over … Continue reading 57,000 Views This Year: Changes Coming to The Candor
Emma Redfern Staff Writer Lisle, IL - The Benedictine Men’s Lacrosse team played their final game of the season last Saturday, April 27. Despite the cold weather, the boys were able to end their season with a win 16 to 11 against Monmouth University. The win cultivated yet another successful season for the squad. Matching … Continue reading Men’s Lacrosse Ends On High Note
By: Andrew Tran Staff Writer Sorry to disappoint all of you about the misdirection of the article, but this is not about the new Avengers movie. This is about the desperate struggle of college students as the Battle of Finals Week quickly approaches. It is basically our version of the “Endgame” but on a … Continue reading College Students: “We Are Approaching the Endgame”
Amber Syed Staff Writer The Bachelor alumni Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph have chosen not to live together. Although they live separately they have the same amount of love and affection for each other as they did in the ABC’s 23rd season of The Bachelor. Out of all the other Bachelor alumni, Underwood and … Continue reading “The Bachelor” Alumni Living Separate Lives
David Carey Staff Writer Benedictine is set to host CUC on Saturday, honoring the seniors. Source: Benedictine University This Saturday, Benedictine will host conference rival, Concordia Chicago, for a doubleheader on Senior Day. Before the games, the Eagles will commemorate seniors Nick Quick, Marty Maves, Cameron Paladines and Mike Santarelli. Family and friends will tailgate … Continue reading Tailgate at Senior Day
Syeda Saberi Staff Writer Finals week is known to be a stressful time for most students. However, this year Muslim students have a new challenge to conquer: final exams while fasting during the upcoming month of Ramadan. Muslim students will fast from sunrise to sunset (about 14 hours) without food or water. Ramadan is expected … Continue reading Muslim Students to Fast During Finals; The Ultimate Spiritual Test
Claire Boyle Staff Writer The month of May is an exciting time because it’s graduation season for seniors. It can also be bittersweet and stressful since we, as students, are leaving our familiar settings of attending school daily, writing term papers, and studying for exams; only to jump into the great unknown of job searches, … Continue reading How to Not Worry About Life After Graduation