Photo by Andrea Beganskas Jen Hantz Staff Writer Students filed into the Gentile Gallery on Tuesday Oct. 20 at 7 p.m. for a talk by a married couple on how
Tabitha Silva Guest Writer Adding world religion classes in public schools sounds appealing: educating children about other religions would aid them in becoming more diverse. It could help students understand
Leo Brian Schafer Catholic Values Columnist The premise we are discussing today seems to have an obvious solution. Education, after all, is intended to be the communication of truth, and
Theresa Balick Staff Writer A Catholic speaker gave tips for both men and women who are actively pursuing vocations, particularly to marriage, encouraging students to have confidence in discernment during
EDYTA WOLK AUSTRIA COLUMNIST Well, here I am, writing my last Austria column. This semester has gone by in the blink of an eye, and I feel like it was
MARIA LENCKI STAFF WRITER A renowned author and speaker inspired Franciscan University students and professors on Oct. 12 with a talk about Jesus Christ’s influence on contemporary culture. Tracey Rowland,
JOHN GALLAGHER SPORTS EDITOR For sophomore humanities and Catholic culture major David Prezzia, adoration for the rugby pitch began in high school. A recent graduate of Gregory the Great Academy
CASSIDY RYDELL AUSTRIA CORRESPONDENT This past week, we finished the stressful ordeal that is known as midterms. Most of us exerted ourselves to our fullest potential, ending up mentally exhausted.