Photo by Elena Mirus Jen Hantz Staff Writer A panel of ladies lined the front of the Gentile Gallery while young female students filled the tables at “Beauty and the
FR. DAVE PIVONKA, TOR I still look out my office window. It’s beautiful, but it’s just so … so wrong, weird, different, not sure the right word. The trees are all budding, the ends of
WILLIAM SPINNENWEBER FINE ARTS COLUMNIST Sir Roger Scruton’s recent and untimely death inspired my new philosophical hunt into matters of aesthetics and beauty. After all, real beauty is a fine art
WILLIAM SPINNENWEBBER FINE ARTS COLUMNIST True art is an expression of the beauty of God, and man, who is created in his image and likeness, participates in this divine economy through his custody of the created
EDYTA WOLK AUSTRIA COLUMNIST Here in Gaming, everywhere we look is absolute craziness. 5 a.m. starts and 1 a.m. nights, missing trains and running to catch one-minute connections, waking up
NOEMY BANUELOS STAFF WRITER Franciscan University of Steubenville’s inaugural Theology on Tap for this fall semester was held on Thursday, Sept. 20 at Froelich’s Bar and Dine at 7 p.m.
ELOISA GUTIERREZ STAFF WRITER Mulieres Clarae Dei household presented messages to women concerning their intrinsic feminine dignity, turning to Our Lady for inspiration, at Franciscan University’s Women’s Ministry on Feb.
ALLEGRA THATCHER CRITIC’S CORNER COLUMNIST Books or movies is a question commonly asked in “would you rather” type games. You can probably guess which side I go to on principle.
PATRICIA VOIGT FINE ARTS COLUMNIST Many of you may know that the Theatre Department’s main-stage play this semester is the radio show “Merry Christmas, George Bailey.” Some people have approached
ALLEGRA THATCHER ASSISTANT EDITOR Sixteen students and one friar gathered to combat the freezing temperatures in a hike at Tomlinson Run state park’s trails on Nov. 11 at 9:00 a.m.