BY JACINTA DYKE STAFF WRITER Many underclassmen, dreaming of more space and independence, count down the days until they are seniors and can move into their very own apartments. Such
BY SARAH ALLISON STAFF WRITER This year Franciscan University’s Austria Program welcomes both warmer weather and a new residence director. The spring semester in Austria will now begin three weeks
BT KATHRYN CARNELL STAFF WRITER Let’s face it: you’d rather be texting. Sure, college classes are interesting and all, but did you see the pictures from yesterday’s party on Facebook?
BY JORDAN OTEROEDITOR-IN-CHIEF Households were encouraged Friday to build community within their groups while sharing their “joy in Christ” with others. The Rev. Gregory Plow, TOR, said during the household
BY JORDAN OTERO The U.S. Department of Defense has been facing scrutiny since April 4 when a U.S. Army Reserve presentation classified Roman Catholics and evangelical Protestants as “extremist” groups,
BY MATTHEW BROWN April means increased work for many Autism research centers and organizations who dedicate this month to spreading autism awareness to the public. Autism Awareness Month was founded
BY JORDAN OTERO Fewer American Catholics are identifying themselves as “strong” believers, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of new data provided by a leading monitor of American society.