Omair Ali Perspectives Editor On November 5th, the Paradise Papers were made public by the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), a “global network of more than 200 investigative journalists in 70 countries.” The Paradise Papers refer to millions of documents that contain details about offshore financial transactions involving … Continue reading The Paradise Papers: More Criticism of the Ultra-Rich
Emily Nitti Staff Writer Barbie has been making history since she was first created in 1959. From her 130 careers, being a fashion icon and the empowerment she has brought to young girls all over the world, she will make another historical milestone in 2018. On November 13, the Barbie brand announced that they have … Continue reading Barbie Releases New Doll Wearing Hijab in Honor of American Olympian Ibtihaj Muhammad
Kathleen Rusch Staff Writer How would you like to learn to ride an ostrich? Or explore the catacombs in France? Or maybe celebrate the Palio di Siena with your host family in Italy? These are only some of the experiences that students who studied abroad had when they took their college experience off campus and … Continue reading Why Students Should Study Abroad
Ryden Scarnato Staff Writer During the company's quarterly earnings call last Thursday, Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger announced a new Star Wars trilogy which will be developed by filmmaker Rian Johnson, who wrote and directed the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Johnson is set to also write and direct at least the first … Continue reading New ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy and Live-Action TV Series in the Works
Kyle Bock Sports Editor The Chicago Bears lost their second straight game this past weekend when they lost to the Green Bay Packers by a score of 23-16. Despite the loss, Bears rookie Quarterback Mitchell Trubisky had a strong showing throwing for 297 yards. Trubisky completed 21 passes on 35 attempts, and totaled a touchdown … Continue reading Bears Fall To Packers
The Candor erroneously reported that November 16th's State of the University presentations were open to students, faculty and staff; the speech is for faculty and staff only. The presentations will take place in Goodwin Hall 321 from 9:30-11 A.M., 1-2:30 P.M. and 3-4:30 P.M. The Candor regrets the error.
Zaakirah Mujid Staff Writer University President Michael Brophy will be giving the State of the University presentations on campus on November 16. “[The presentation] will provide faculty and staff an overview of the University in 2017, including opportunities, achievements, and challenges,” said Brophy. The format of the event will be the presentation followed by a … Continue reading Brophy to Give State of University Presentations
Ryden Scarnato Staff Writer Actor Anthony Rapp has revealed in an interview with Buzzfeed, that he was sexually harassed by two-time Academy Award winning actor Kevin Spacey. Rapp revealed in the interview that the advance occurred back in 1986 at a party the two attended. Rapp was 14 years old while Spacey was 26 both … Continue reading Kevin Spacey Sexual Harassment Allegations Suspends ‘House of Cards’ Production