BY SAVANNA BUCKNER Contributing Writer As the clock’s hand ticked past 8:05 a.m., the classroom remained empty — except for the teacher at the podium shuffling through his class notes.
BY SAVANNA BUCKNERASSISTANT EDITOR Gravity Bar at the top of the Guinness Brewery in Dublin, Ireland, offers a unique view. Glass windows encompass the circular space, creating the effect
BY SAVANNA BUCKNERASSISTANT EDITOR A few years ago, the webcomic created by Dan Walsh “Garfield Minus Garfield” became popular on the Internet. What people were amused by was exactly
BY SAVANNA J. BUCKNER ASSISTANT EDITOR “Make me a mystic, immediately.” So writes Flannery O’Connor in “A Prayer Journal,” set for release in November, although the New Yorker published excerpts
BY SAVANNA BUCKNER ASSISTANT EDITOR A primarily impromptu, student initiative developed into a prayer vigil for Syria on Sat., Sept. 7, the vigil of the birth of Mary, Queen of
BY SAVANNA BUCKNERASSISTANT EDITOR Students were urged Monday to embrace the unity of faith and reason as the annual convocation ceremony and Mass marked the official opening of the 2013-2014