Andrew Tran Perspectives Editor There has been national coverage about a new strain of virus spreading throughout the city of Wuhan, China. Over this weekend, about 450 infected patients have been reported from the National Health Commission and the commission has confirmed at least 6 people have died from the virus. One was a 61-year-old … Continue reading What is Coronavirus and Why Is It Dangerous for China and the U.S.?
Joey Spahn Sports Editor UNION, NJ – Sitting at 6th in the nation, the Benedictine men’s volleyball team is hungrier than ever to make it to the NCAA tournament for the first time in school history. Over the weekend, the Eagles competed in a successful road trip to New Jersey where they played at the … Continue reading Eagles Hopeful for a Historic Season
Amber Syed Scene Editor Halsey and Evan Peters, American horror Story actor, first made their relationship public in October of 2019. Halsey confirmed their relationship during her appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, after Ellen pulled one of her classic stunts, creating a jump scare in the middle of her conversation with a guest. After … Continue reading Halsey Wishes Her Boyfriend a Happy Birthday
Syeda Saberi News Editor The Kindlon Coffee Shop has closed its shutters for good and can now be found in Goodwin Hall’s Starbucks. Kindlon’s coffee shop had been under the works of being reconstructed and relocated since 2012 according to Chad Treisch, the chief operations officer at BU. The shop lacked essential eatery infrastructure such … Continue reading Kindlon Cafe Relocated to Goodwin
Tim Folliard Sports Writer After dominating performances, the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers will meet for Super Bowl LIV. The teams were able to win with two different styles of offenses in their conference championship games. The most notable statistics from Sunday’s matchups were the Chiefs accounting for 292 yards through the air … Continue reading Strong Offenses Lead Chiefs and 49ers to Super Bowl
Syeda Saberi News Editor Welcome back to the Candor Clips, your one stop overview of what’s going on around you in the world today. Residents of Flint Michigan had filed a lawsuit against the city for the water contamination that led to the sickness of many residents around 2014 with the city fighting back. … Continue reading Candor Clips: US Edition
Amber Syed Scene Editor The SAG Awards, or Screen Actors Guild Awards, was held on January 19th this year, and all the stars appeared in their best attire. Here’s a few that stole the show. Millie Bobby Brown wore a white suit and shoes. She styled her hair straight down for a sleek professional look. … Continue reading 2020 SAG Awards Looks
Tim Folliard Sports Writer As the temperatures are starting to fall outside, the Benedictine basketball teams are starting to heat up. At the halfway mark of their seasons, the men’s team currently has a record of 10-3 and the women’s team has a record of 11-2. The men’s basketball team has been ranked as high … Continue reading Eagles Basketball is Flying High