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Traveling reveals, not changes

Sarah Rogers, Features Editor August 27, 2018

I always imagined that going overseas would change you. In a way, maybe, but I would argue going overseas reveals you, not changes you. It reveals the person you are, the person you want to be, challenges...

Freedom of religion

Bailey Meenach , Staff Writer February 9, 2017

I have heard the term freedom of religion every day since I started school. It is a right granted by the United States Constitution. Lately, I have noticed a downward spiral of rights granted by...

‘The first step to unity’

Ellen Cooper, Staff Writer September 21, 2016
As I sat in the breezeway between UC East and West I watched hundreds of people pass by over a period of two hours. These people, although mostly white and presumably Christian, did include handfuls of diverse individuals. Around me sat people from other campus organizations at their decorated tables promoting Greek life, charities, and other groups. Each table attracted its fair share of people – except mine.
World Wide Web View

World Wide Web View

Bobby Shipman, Editor-in-Chief April 20, 2016

Megan Dickens struggled for years with the concept of homosexuality. The graphic design alumna grew up in a small, mostly conservative Indiana town, where she was taught that same-sex relationships...

All I see is Christian

‘All I see is Christian’

Gabi Wy, News Editor February 24, 2016

President Linda Bennett announced at the beginning of the semester that the university will focus on the concept of “civility.” Bennett said this focus promotes healthy discussion despite critical...

Author to speak out about religious freedom

Nick Leighty, Staff Writer January 26, 2016
Os Guinness has written 30 books about religious freedom and the problems surrounding it and traveled the world to talk about the subject.
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