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Trs 097,  puts too much emphasis on the critical methods and not on the Biblical text itself. (Emmaus’ Door by Janet Brooks-Gerloff)

TRS 097: Why you really don’t like your Bible class

May 2, 2017

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By Andrew Gai | Contributing Writer As a Theology and Religious Studies (TRS) major and a former TRS tutor, I have encountered many students who… Read More ›

New Starbucks cups cause undue controversy

New Starbucks cups cause undue controversy

November 17, 2015

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by Alexa Gambero | Chief Copy Editor I am sure that everyone with access to a digital screen of any kind is familiar with the latest coffee… Read More ›

Editorial: Hoosier state is not a bellweather in fight for equality

April 14, 2015

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief While the year is 2015, and while we do supposedly live in the free world, every once in a while,… Read More ›

Father John Dear preaches nonviolent action

March 3, 2015

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by Rosemary Cook | Contributing Writer On Wednesday, Saint Mary’s hosted the 2015 nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize, Father John Dear. A charismatic and… Read More ›

Carpenter reveals the power of liturgy in the Bible

March 3, 2015

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by Elizabeth Magno | Staff Writer On Monday, the public were invited to sit in and listen to a speech on theological and religious studies.… Read More ›

Jan Term Speaker Series: Father Hehir deciphers “the pope of surprises”

Jan Term Speaker Series: Father Hehir deciphers “the pope of surprises”

January 21, 2015

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by Elizabeth Magno | Staff Writer As a part of the Jan Term Speaker Series, Father Bryan Hehir one of several high profile speakers to pay… Read More ›

Rev. Deborah Moldow on interfaith engagement and the emerging culture of peace

Rev. Deborah Moldow on interfaith engagement and the emerging culture of peace

October 7, 2014

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by Bella Hall | Contributing Writer The Center for Engaged Religious Pluralism (CERP) held an event last Wednesday evening, hosted by CERP’s Director and Saint… Read More ›

Obama and Pope meet for the first time

April 8, 2014

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by James Scolamieri | Staff Writer Two of the world’s most prominent leaders, President Obama and Pope Francis, met for the first time on March… Read More ›

Cross once again towers over Saint Mary’s

Cross once again towers over Saint Mary’s

March 25, 2014

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief At lunchtime on Wednesday, many students could be seen craning their necks to the sky. It’s not a bird, it’s… Read More ›

Sister Simone and the Nuns on the Bus talk about immigration

March 18, 2014

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by Lauren Lorge | Staff Writer On Tuesday, Saint Mary’s students and prospective students on overnight visits attended a lecture from Sister Simone Campbell in… Read More ›

Ash Wednesday sparks campus change

Ash Wednesday sparks campus change

March 11, 2014

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by CJ Cosas | News Editor As the students, faculty, and other members of the Saint Mary’s community walked around with ashes on their foreheads… Read More ›

New replacement Cross to be installed in March

New replacement Cross to be installed in March

February 19, 2014

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by Paola Vergara | Staff Writer For weeks now, a cherished part of the Saint Mary’s community has been missing, and finally, there has been… Read More ›

Nye and Ham debate disappoints

February 19, 2014

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by Oliver Reyes | Staff Writer Last week, Bill Nye and Ken Ham debated the origins of our universe. It was an occasion that promised… Read More ›

Letter to the Editor from Michael Bruer

February 19, 2014

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Dear Editor, I want to recognize the special nature of William Lane’s article “SMC is not the same without its iconic cross.” The article was… Read More ›

Rabbi Manhoff informs students about Jewish holidays and traditions

September 24, 2013

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by William Lane | Staff Writer Despite Judaism’s relative fame as a world religion, its customs, practices and holidays remain fairly obscure to outsiders. Only… Read More ›