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Panelists discuss sustainability

Bill Burke Staff Writer Recent global and domestic events such as the worsening situation in the Middle East, the Russian incursion into Ukraine, Ebola and the recent overhaul in Congress…

Guest speaks about ISIS

Joe Evans News Co-Editor The University held the Schemel Forum luncheon Monday in Brennan Hall with Daniel Serwer, Ph.D. as the guest speaker. The Schemel Forum was founded in 2006…

Co-author discusses false claims of heroism

Survivor sheds light on ‘Hotel Rwanda’ inaccuracies Kayla Shea Arts & Life Editor Co-author of “Inside the Hotel Rwanda: The Surprising True Story and Why It Matters Today,” Kerry Zukus…

Space lends perspective

Commentary by Brett Auriemma Ever since I can remember, one concept that never failed to fascinate me was that of a place beyond our planet. For as much as I…

Further election analysis

Commentary by Erin McCormick Election Day brought about a decisive round of results that altered our political map here in America. We saw significant shifts in both Congress and governorships,…

Political correctness offends

Political correctness offends

Commentary by Eliana Saks It’s that time of year again: the holidays are upon us. You have probably heard this countless times, but what are the “holidays” that we are…

Struggle for exemplary behavior

Commentary by Sean Carey Recently in The Aquinas there has recently been an ongoing debate between cynicism and hope for our generation. This argument is rooted in an absolutist mindset:…

Inflation of campus sexual assault statistics

Commentary by Adrianna Damato It’s no secret that sexual assault is a prominent issue on many college campuses. While officials do their best to keep the numbers at a minimum,…

Ignatian pursuit of identity through team & sport

Commentary by Bill Burke “Who am I?” This is a question most of us must ask ourselves at some point in our lives, even if it is in the setting…

Doctor defends birth control alternative

Cailin Potami Faith Editor Gynecologist and self-proclaimed feminist Dr. Jean Golden-Tevald, M.D., defended the Catholic Church’s controversial stance on the birth control pill from a medical perspective at The University…