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Experience Temporality

Do you ever have one of those days in which you have so much work to do that you simply sit down and do nothing? Like, because you’re so overwhelmed, instead of chipping away at the work, you just deny that all of it exists? Welcome to college. In the worst solution ever contrived by […]

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Student Leadership Board | Why Apply

Ah! SLB applications are open! This is the first year of my college career that I won’t be applying for the Student Leadership Board–it feels weird. I’ve loved my position here, made some amazing friends and ridiculous memories alike, and hopefully done some good for the parents, students, and chapter advisers that swing by the […]


Great Lent Begins | The Safety Net

Here we go, team! The beginning of Great Lent in college is–at least for me–markedly different than how it began in high school. In high school, I lived with a bunch of people who were also awaiting Forgiveness Sunday–I believe the technical term is “family”–and as such, I felt the onset of Great Lent with […]


Faith on the Web

#Blessed. The way we recognize and live our faith online is funny sometimes. When we post online, we have a bit more time between thinking of the message we wish to convey and executing it. As such, we often craft the image of ourselves that we’d like to present with a lot more intention. Sometimes […]


Thinking Like the Publican

“Thank God, that I am not like this tax collector.” Man, that Pharisee sounds kinda dumb, doesn’t he? That’s always–God forgive me–one of my first thoughts when I hear the Gospel reading of this Sunday. “You knucklehead! How is it a good idea to thank God for not making you like another one of God’s creations? […]