In April of this year, Dr. Mehdi Aminrazavi, The Khatib Chair in Comparative Religion gave a lecture at St. Joseph’s entitled “Violence and Peace in Islam.”Read More
As a college student the two prevailing thoughts roaming around your head might be: How much does college cost and how do I pay for it? So finding employment must be rather high on your list of priorities. On campus work is particularly sought after because it is something you can do in between classes or even common hour.
Life in college is hard, especially when you’re a freshman. Life in college is even harder when you have no idea what classes to take or what professors will interest you the most. The majority of the time, you have a list of required classes that you have to take which have absolutely nothing to do with what you want to major in.Read More
It’s Esha, the name I perfect and the other person I am more comfortable being and like being. When Esha is present, my laughter, my happiness, and my world comes into question about how genuine I actually I am or not.Read More
Antlia pneumatica, the air pump, is a constellation of stars discovered by a French astronomer based on his unconventional perception, and it is also an unconventional play by Anne Washburn that begs us to seek meaning through unconventional means.Read More
How difficult could it be to choose a restaurant? It is really hard to choose a restaurant when everyone has a different way of eating, has different food preferences, and, more specifically, has a different culture.Read More