The fight for women´s rights

Allie Boulier

May 16, 2019

By Allie Boulier   Growing up as a girl in a post Roe v Wade America, I have considered myself privileged. Unlike girls in third world countries, I have access to contraceptives like birth control, menstrual hygiene products ...

Notre Dame surpasses other global crises in wealth and recognition

Helena Savage

April 29, 2019

By Helena Savage In just 24 hours, 600 million euros were pledged to reconstruct the Notre Dame Cathedral. In five years, Flint, Michigan citizens are still forced to drink bottled water due to unresolved water pollution and ri...

Agnés Varda: The female master of truth

Ana Costanzo

April 7, 2019

By Ana Costanzo Surrounding one of the most influential changes in cinema history dubbed the French New Wave in the 1950s and 1960s are the directors who transformed the film genre with tales blending morality and dark irony...

Catholic Church is finally acknowledging the sexual abuse allegations. More needs to be done.

Jill Grinnell

March 13, 2019

By Jill Grinnell Pope Francis recently called a meeting with 190 bishops from around the world to finally discuss the sexual-abuse crisis that has been a prevalent issue within the Church for decades. The purpose of the me...

Parkland a year later

Deanna Thoma

February 14, 2019

By Deanna Thoma  Valentine’s Day of 2018,was a day meant for love and family, but not for Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Instead, it held new meaning, one of death and sorrow. Just one year a...

A Frank Discussion on the Super Bowl LIII

Akaash Kamdar and Tyler Filipini

February 12, 2019

What did you think of the game? Akaash: From a completely objective standpoint, this was a terrible game to watch. To rank as the lowest-scoring Super Bowl Game in history and still have the same winner, as usual, is just a ...

A lesson on internet etiquette: What we can learn from the Covington situation

John Kibler

February 12, 2019

By John Kibler By now, you have likely seen the video. A white high schooler wearing a ‘Make America Great Again’ hat, face-to-face with a Native American elder passively chanting and playing a drum. The boy’s face wearing ...

The ruthless evils of animal poaching and illegal trafficking

Helena Savage

December 20, 2018

By Helena Savage March 20, 2018: This is the day Sudan, the last northern male white rhino on earth died at his home at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. Although Sudan did not suffer from the violence of poaching himself, h...

Migrant caravan deserves hospitality and asylum

John Kibler

November 1, 2018

By John Kibler Approximately 3,500 Central Americans are trekking through Mexico, aiming to find illusionary hospitality in America. Making public the desperate journey for freedom for undocumented immigrants, they have drawn a gre...