The Candor Much about the job of the media is being debated in the media itself. Every day, journalists are tasked with sifting through "fake news" to find the truth about any given situation. That process can be exhausting and leaves little time for more in-depth pieces and that is why The Candor has decided … Continue reading Candor to Create Investigative Journalism Team
The Candor Staff In light of the recent events occurring in Hollywood and across the nation regarding sexual harassment and assault allegations, it is critical to understand that sexual harassment and assault cannot be tolerated. The string of allegations, which initially started with actresses bringing accusations against Hollywood film executive Harvey Weinstein, have circulated throughout … Continue reading Candor Editorial: The State of Sexual Harassment and Assault in Our Country
Jennifer Flores Staff Writer December has started and with Christmas and Finals coming up it’s a more stressful time than one full of cheer. However, when things are tough it is always good to take some time for one’s self. The Morton Arboretum is is hosting its yearly illumination event. The event will take place … Continue reading Morton Arboretum to Host Illumination Event on Saturday
Zaakirah Mujid Staff Writer Procrastination, unanswered questions, slow progress, these are all problems that can be solved with a study group. Finals start next week so the Black Student Union will be holding a joint study with the executive board today, Wednesday, December 6th from 7:30-11 p.m. in the BenUnion Underground. BSU has been a … Continue reading Finals Studying Today with Black Student Union
Omair Ali Perspectives Editor Through crowdfunding, community relief efforts and donations to other fundraising programs, Americans in general have been very generous in private donations for a variety of social issues. But to what extent does this generosity reach other nations, especially those with extreme poverty and oppression? Do Americans have the willingness to extend … Continue reading Do Americans Have a Social Responsibility in Humanitarian Crises?
Emily Nitti Staff Writer Again, sexual harassment is in the media. This time it’s in the modeling and fashion industry. Male model, Jason Boyce, has accused fashion photographer Bruce Weber of sexual harassment that happened back in December 2014. Bruce Weber is known for his work in Vogue magazine and Rolling Stone magazine. According to … Continue reading Fashion Photographer Bruce Weber Accused of Sexual Harassment
Kathleen Rusch Staff Writer Over the last few weeks, Congress has been working to pass a tax bill in time for the winter holidays. Provisions from each bill cover everything from tax cuts for corporations to allowing drilling on a wildlife refuge in Alaska. Among those provisions are new rules that could affect college students … Continue reading How the Tax Bill Could Affect Students
Ryden Scarnato Staff Writer Fox has fired director Bryan Singer from the Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody. The firing comes when production was halted last week due to the director's absence following Thanksgiving break. Fox has now come to a decision to fire Singer with only two weeks left to go in principle photography. “Bryan Singer … Continue reading Director Bryan Singer Fired from Queen Biopic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’