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?
Syeda Saberi News Editor Hong Kong is looking to pass a law that prohibits the use of masks in the streets. Breaking this “colonial era emergency law” could result in imprisonment for up to a year. The law, which was meant to calm the 18 week* unrest, only triggered another wave of violence in … Continue reading Candor Clips: World Edition
Syeda Saberi News Editor Bottle and Bottega was held at Coal Ben this past Thursday and it was quite the success. This event was sponsored by the programming board and was a part of their Thrilling Thursday series. Students were required to sign up in advance as seats did fill up fast! The event was … Continue reading Bottle and Bottega @ BenU
Find out what’s going on in the U.S. in five minutes Syeda Saberi News Editor Federal Judge Ketanji Borwn Jackson has put a halt on the Trump administration’s agenda to detain and deport illegal immigrants this past Friday September 27th, 2019*. DHS can no longer expedite removals of families that are unable to prove that … Continue reading The Candor Clips
Syeda Saberi News Editor UNICEF’s annual water walk was held on Sunday September 28th, 2019 at the Rice Center. Last year the Water Walk focused on the Flint Michigan cause which hit closer to home than most students realized. This year, UNICEF held the water walk in light of Hurricane Dorian which wiped away the … Continue reading Annual UNICEF Water Walk