Edyta Wolk Editor-in-Chief Benjamin Wiker never planned to go into teaching. “I just knew that I wanted to keep reading the things I really liked as an undergraduate,” he said.
Edyta Wolk Editor-in-Chief Students, professors and community members packed the Gentile Gallery Sunday, March 21, for the latest Dumb Ox Debate addressing the motion “This house believes that wearing a
Edyta Wolk Editor-in-Chief From the moment we are old enough to understand what Lent is, we are encouraged to either give something up or take something on in order to
Edyta Wolk Editor-in-Chief Franciscan University of Steubenville accounting students are spending the spring providing free taxpayer assistance to locals for the 33rd year in a row. The handful of volunteers
Edyta Wolk Editor-in-Chief Welcome back to Franciscan, dear readers! I know it’ll be a couple of weeks before this issue hits the stands, but I’d still like to take this
Edyta Wolk Editor-in-Chief In a near unanimous vote, attendees of a Dumb Ox Debate held the evening of Sunday, Nov. 16, opposed the motion “This house dares to hope that
Photo by Edyta Wolk Edyta Wolk Editor-in-Chief An art festival hosted by the Student Creative Arts Network the weekend of Nov. 13-14 guided dozens of attendees through displays of student-made
Edyta Wolk Editor-in-Chief It is an interesting contrast that we see upon entering a classroom at Franciscan University: a professor wearing a suit and tie lecturing to a room full
Edyta Wolk Editor-in-Chief At its meeting Wednesday, Oct. 21, the Franciscan University Student Government formally introduced four new students to the senate and heard updates on the organization’s ongoing projects.
Photo by Mary-Grace Bryers Edyta Wolk Editor-in-Chief The weekend of Oct. 23-24, the Society of Catholic Social Scientists held its 28th anniversary national conference sessions in the St. Joseph’s Center