The staff of the Candor is off for Christmas break. We will resume publishing in mid-January.
by Saimah Shareef STAFF WRITER Benedictine University held a Liberation Fest in order to raise awareness for the countries in the Middle East that are amidst conflict, on Wednesday, November 28. Sponsored by the Students for Justice in Palestine, the Muslim Students Association and the Black Student Union, the event assembled a diverse collection … Continue reading BenU clubs stand in solidarity
by Therese Porod NEWS EDITOR Benedictine students gathered to participate in the event Family Feud game show event that took place 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 29 in Coal Ben. Walking into a packed place with enthusiastic Benedictine University students shouting and cheering grabbed the attention of anyone who stopped by Coal Ben last Thursday. … Continue reading Family Feud Night
by Mariam Khan GUEST WRITER On November 11, 2012, Rotaract hosted a bone marrow drive with Be The Match Registry. Many hear the word bone marrow, but Marrow Account Manager Danielle Vickers, encouraged BenU students that it is not painful and should be part of the registry. Rotaract volunteers recruited students to sign up simply … Continue reading BE THE MATCH
by Payal Shukla STAFF WRITER Benedictine University hosted the Cadence Health healthcare organization at a networking event on Thursday Novemeber 29 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. in Krasa ABC. This event is part of a monthly networking series that is aimed to help students network with professionals in their field and learn more about certain … Continue reading Cadence Health Networking Event
by Steve Kozitsky STAFF WRITER The Benedictine University women’s basketball recorded their first victory of the season Saturday beating Lakeland 49-38 at home. The Eagles started strong jumping out to an 11-2 lead in the first half, after going up 14-5 the Eagles went cold failing to score for over 11 minutes and found … Continue reading Eagles own the court
by Zakaria Malik STAFF WRITER On April 28th, 2012 one play sent shockwaves into the city of Chicago and the rest of the NBA. As we all know, Derrick Rose tore his ACL against the 76ers in game 1 of the 2012 NBA playoffs. Rose is a player who relies on his quick burst of … Continue reading Thorns in the Rose?
by Billy Toohey STAFF WRITER Finally, after a long and awaited several months, college basketball has returned. Back are the upsets, the thrilling finishes, and the alley oops. However, one of the things that is most exciting to me is there is always a chance for every single team to win on any day. As we begin … Continue reading NCAA Men’s Division 1 Basketball Preview