CHRISTOPHER DACANAY STAFF WRITER “(The pews) feel like home. … They’re really nice and a good place to sit on besides the floor,” said junior Jaymee Libetti regarding Egan Hall’s recently-installed pews.
ELOISA GUTIERREZ STAFF WRITER Two years ago, the Rev. Jonathan McElhone, TOR, was the associate director of Franciscan University of Steubenville’s Priestly Discernment Program. Now, having returned from a semester in Gaming, Austria,
TERESA DULAC STAFF WRITER Franciscan University of Steubenville’s campus isn’t new to Serra Alongi, the new resident director of Sts. Kolbe and Clare Hall. Having lived on campus for four
TERESA DULAC STAFF WRITER Plenty of students and visitors have most likely looked up as they entered the St. John Paul II Library and seen the many colorful flags hanging
MAGGIE PAWSEY ASSISTANT EDITOR Growing in virtue, as any Catholic knows, can be as filling as a good loaf of sourdough bread. That’s why Franciscan University of Steubenville professors Brandon
RACHEL MILLER EDITOR-IN-CHIEF In January 2016, with three seconds left on the clock, then-senior Iliana Gonzales stepped up to the free throw line on the Baron’s home basketball court. The Lady
CECILIA ENGBERT STAFF WRITER Passions for Franciscan spirituality, soccer and chemistry are some of the superpowers which Brother Joseph Marie Krilich, TOR, has brought with him as a returning member of
VERONICA NOVOTNY STAFF WRITER If you’ve been to Franciscan University of Steubenville’s study–abroad campus in Gaming, Austria, in the last decade, chances are high that you’ve met the famed professor
CECILIA ENGBERT STAFF WRITER With the reopening of Bonaventure Hall on lower campus this fall semester, graduate and non-traditional (GNT) students at Franciscan University of Steubenville now have a place to call
ELISHA VALLADARES-CORMIER CATHOLIC VALUES COLUMNIST One spring day in 2011, Tom Costello drove in the winning run during the final game played by a Franciscan University of Steubenville baseball team.