posted by Aaron Argyropoulos
Recently, I was informed that an individual I grew up with came out to her family, which I was a bit surprised to hear. Like many parents who have been confronted with the conflict between their child’s homosexual lifestyle and its compatibility with Christianity, their focus turned towards...
posted by Taylor Holbrook
This is, oddly enough, an article about writing an article. A former student of mine who now edits the university newspaper asked if I would write an OpEd piece for the upcoming Halloween issue. Touched (but mainly flattered), I accepted immediately, not considering the ramifications of my...
posted by Grace Sangalang
“Only 24 seats left!”
“What?! Really? It’s still two weeks away.”
“Well, we better buy our tickets now before they sell out!”
My roommate, Noelle, and I, busted out our iPhones – our fingers tapping furiously away trying to buy tickets to the screening of Linsanity at...
posted by John Anthony Dunne
This past weekend I went to my first Rugby match and watched Scotland narrowly defeat Ireland 12-8. This match was the third out of five games that Scotland is meant to play as part of the Six Nations Tournament (which includes England, Wales, France, and Italy as well). Last year Scotland...
posted by Justin Campbell
London has proclaimed itself to be one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world. There are over, “300 languages, 50 non-indigenous communities with populations of 10,000 or more, with virtually every race, nation, culture and region” represented in the sprawling metropolis. One of...