By Mia Brounstein Editor-in-Chief A bishop said devotion to Mary has been central to the growth of the Nigerian church during his talk on Sept. 15 in the Gentile Gallery.
By Mia Brounstein Editor-in-Chief For Franciscan students whose college experience included COVID, the words “lower campus” evoke unpleasant flashbacks: long hours of solitude, bag lunches and Lord’s Days seen through
By Mia Brounstein Editor-in-Chief The carefree days of summer are behind us. Many of us have lived out the last few months in a state of relative comfort and ease:
By Mia Brounstein Assistant Editor It’s come to the point in the semester where previous events can be defined as B.S.B (Before Spring Break) or A.S.B. (After Spring Break). Some
By Mia Brounstein Assistant Editor Guardians of the Divine Will men’s household competed against five household teams in Guardians’ lip sync battle and dance fundraiser on March 3 at 8
By Mia Brounstein Assistant Editor It’s February at last— the month of romance. Around this time last year, I was introduced to the social media phenomenon of romanticizing your life.
By Mia Brounstein Assistant Editor Students majoring in human development and family studies presented on the impact of online learning on adolescents at the Sha Smith Interprofessional Collaboration Conference on
By Maria Brounstein Austria Correspondent Nothing clears the mind at 6 a.m. quite like trumpet blasts, Polish singing and a hard marble floor. I was one of 200-odd students packed