KELSEY SLEMP STAFF WRITER The sports information director at Franciscan University spreads news of students athletes while being a living example of the Christian faith and spreading joy across campus.
KELSEY SLEMP STAFF WRITER The 2017 Leadership Summit hosted in the Gentile Gallery on Jan. 21 offered students advice on how to lead with their faith clearly in mind using
KELSEY SLEMP STAFF WRITER Downtown Steubenville is coming together this winter to celebrate Christmas and community with its annual Nutcracker Village and Advent Market. For the entire Christmas season, from
KELSEY SLEMP STAFF WRITER Knowledge of God’s mercy for humanity is the key to the New Evangelization, said the speaker at the opening of the Pope Francis Symposium on Thursday.
KELSEY SLEMP STAFF WRITER Poverty, not wealth inequality, is the real economic issue that needs to be addressed, and maybe not by the government, said a professor of economics on
KELSEY SLEMP STAFF WRITER Franciscan University and D’Youville College are now working together to offer a doctor of pharmacy degree that will give students degrees from both institutions, beginning this
KELSEY SLEMP STAFF WRITER This year’s Homecoming Weekend was full of family, entertainment, faith and festival in which visitors to campus and returning alumni were able to participate in a
KELSEY SLEMP STAFF WRITER An expert on the Hebrew language and culture discussed the book of Ecclesiastes and how he believes it should influence Christian thought on Wednesday. Robert Holmstedt
KELSEY SLEMP STAFF WRITER The crowd gathered in the Gentile Gallery on Monday night was called to higher levels of friendship by understanding its relationship to sexuality. “Friendship is a
KELSEY SLEMP STAFF WRITER The semesterly Household Life Week kicked off the year for household commitments. As usual, it began with the men’s and women’s household fairs, on September 7