By Nathanael Check Columnist I do not believe there is anything quite as ironic as the so-called secular society. The reason I say this is because a secular society is
By Nathanael Check Staff Write It seems education in the United States is lacking, and to determine what it is lacking, one must decide what education’s purpose is. To those
By Nathanael Check Columnist Households are the student trademark of Franciscan University, and while they might not be for everyone, an argument can be made that more students ought to
By Nathanael Check Columnist At the center of every civilization is the need to survive, and not just survive, but flourish. Every culture has its unique way of raising animals
By Nathanael Check Columnist The Parkhurst cafeteria at Franciscan promotes healthy eating habits among students. Many students find that cafeteria food is unhealthy, but this is not always the case.
By Nathanael Check Art Column Inside an art museum in Los Angeles, CA, a massive canvas hangs in a plain white room filled with art enthusiasts, tourists, teachers and their
By Nathanael Check Columnist We might have a whole host of answers if someone asked us, “What are you looking forward to?” However, I am willing to bet that there
By Nathanael Check Staff Writer If you take a walk to the brand new Blessed Solanus Casey Hall, the latest Steubenville hotel-turned-dorm-hall purchased by Franciscan University to alleviate its growing