Sajina Jacob News Writer The Center for Mission, Ministry, and Inclusion (CMMI) proudly introduced its new base of operations on Wednesday, October 30th. Students and faculty were invited to relax, have food, and get to know more about what CMMI does. During the open house there was a small introduction as well as a … Continue reading Neff Center Open House
Syeda Saberi News Editor A school resource officer was arrested for child abuse charges when he was found slamming a teen to the ground by the teen’s throat. Deputy Willard Miller has been posted at the school since 2016. In the video* the deputy can be seen standing in the same room with the girl, … Continue reading The Candor Clips
Syeda Saberi News Editor Sophia Mattimiro Editor-in-Chief A Benedictine student’s comments during a university sponsored presentation last week, about the similarities between Palestinians and the Holocaust survivors, was shared on Twitter and created a storm of controversy; the video has been viewed more than 260,000 times. It also drew the scorn of Jonathon Greenblatt, … Continue reading Benedictine Student’s Controversial Twitter Comments Gain 260,000 Views; Attracts the Scorn of Anti-Defamation League
Syeda Saberi News Editor Army Lt. Col Alexander Vindman testified against President Trump in a closed-door deposition. He stated that he was disturbed by the phone call between the POTUS and Ukraine’s president resulting in the impeachment court postponement. “I was concerned by the call. I did not think it was proper to demand that … Continue reading Candor Clips
Syeda Saberi News Editor Exxon Mobil is now going to trial with the New York attorney general under a climate fraud case. This “historic lawsuit” is attempting to take down Exxon, along with several other fossil fuels companies. The lawsuit states that these companies need to be held accountable for their contribution to climate change. … Continue reading The Candor Clips: US Edition
Sajina Jacob News Writer As you read this sentence, somebody is being victimized to domestic abuse. According to the Center for Disease Control, 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men have been victims of physical violence by an intimate partner in their lifetime. Female victims commonly first experience domestic violence during college, around … Continue reading Domestic Violence: We Can Help
Syeda Saberi News Editor Atatiana Jefferson, a 28-year-old pre-med African American woman was fatally shot through the window of her home on October 12, 2019. Jefferson was at home playing video games with her 8-year-old nephew who was in the room when she was shot. A non-emergency call was made at 2:25 am when a … Continue reading The Candor Clips: US Edition
Syeda Saberi News Editor When Trump administration officials disregard, or avoid the topic of climate change, there is collective disbelief and disapproval from the general public. In the past weeks, climate change has become a primary cause of concern for climate activists such as Greta Thunberg, 16-year-old activist with Asperger’s syndrome*. Benedictine University is joining … Continue reading Darwin Week Sparks a Conversation about the sustainability at Benedictine: Are We Impacting Climate Change in a Negative Way?