Monthly Archives: November 2011

christmas is more than presents.

It’s official. Christmas mayhem has begun. As I sit here writing this on “Cyber Monday,” while most are still recovering from “Black Friday,” I want to suggest a completely novel idea that I’m sure you’ve never heard of. (Please note … Continue reading

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republican support for waterboarding a huge issue

Most practices of interrogation and torture of prisoners from the 14th century have died out. Being drawn and quartered, tarred and feathered, or burned at the stake sounds pretty foreign to most of us, in application to the United States … Continue reading

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student stress is detrimental to health

Let me start off by saying that I totally respect those who study 10 hours a day, every day. I respect the students who can essentially lock themselves in the library for the entire week before that chem test. And … Continue reading

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complacent christianity – no excuses!

Let’s face it: we suck. I’ll clarify. When I refer to “we,” I am generalizing and referring to American Christians as a whole. American Christians proclaim lives of holiness and strive to be good, ethical followers of Christ, yet we … Continue reading

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poverty in america: we can make a change

I am all for volunteering abroad, along with the majority of Creighton students. In fact, I’m hoping and planning to do significant volunteer work (probably abroad) upon my graduation from Creighton. But I came across a statistic recently that worried … Continue reading

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