“Speed-faithing” opens dialogue on different faiths and traditions

“Speed-faithing” opens dialogue on different faiths and traditions

“Speed faithing” is like “speed dating”. The Interfaith Student Council joined students of different religions — or lack thereof — to discuss their beliefs in the Reflection Center Feb. 28. The event gave students the opportunity to learn about another religion in a casual setting complete with food, drink and conversation. The questions were simple […]

Math Max: The bridge warrior

Math Max: The bridge warrior

The auction has begun. It’ s my turn to bid, but I have no idea what to do. My palms are sweaty, and my heart is racing. I’ve just switched places with a seasoned bridge player to try my hand at the game. I carefully arrange my hand by suit beginning from high cards to […]

Professor explores occult themes during art history symposium

Travis Clark, instructor of art history, presented on images of the occult, or “hidden knowledge,” in Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights and Marina Abramovic’ Spirit Cooking during the biennial art history symposium in the Fulton Library Feb. 24. “I’ve had a long fascination with the occult. I think the reason I enjoy [it] is the […]

FREE health screenings could SAVE YOUR LIFE

FREE health screenings could SAVE YOUR LIFE

The wellness center hosts free health screenings in the Science Building Atrium on the second Wednesday and Thursday of every month. Students, faculty and staff who are interested in checking their blood pressure and body composition are invited to attend. It’s really good for students to see what their blood pressure is. If they are […]

Valentine’s Day history is not all chocolates and roses

The emergence of pink hearts, chocolate and gifts signals that Valentine’s Day is around the corner. Couples spend time finding the perfect gift while planning the perfect date. However, the cutesy holiday we all recognize was not always celebrated with chocolates and roses. Some say that Valentine’s Day morphed out of a Roman holiday called […]