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EVENT: The Novel as a Secular Art

By Yolanda Lu November 4, 2023

Author Christopher Beha delivered  a lecture on the sometimes-challenged secularity of the novel as an art form at a Nov. 1 campus event. Beha’s talk, entitled “The Statues and the Temple:...

OSMAN: Moving Toward Secularism

By Youssef Osman February 3, 2018

The Puritans came to the United States to practice their religion free from the bounds of the Roman Catholic Church. Faith was so important to communities in those days that people were willing to travel...

Francois Valentin

VALENTIN: Veiling Dialogue and Discourse

By Francois Valentin October 7, 2016

It has been more than a month since the heat of the burkini controversy in France dissipated; A few weeks after a deadly Jihadist attack in Nice, dozens of coastal towns in the south and north of France...

GAVIN & HONJIYO: New Pope Must Lead Church to Reform

By Pat Gavin & Alex Honjiyo February 26, 2013

The Catholic Church is currently at one of the more important stages in its leadership cycle: The transition from one pope to another. Just a few weeks ago, Pope Benedict XVI announced that he would be...

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