A story from the Midrash exemplifies the search for faith and purpose.
Isaac Simon discusses how the recent passing of two influential family members motivates him to continue their life work.
Suzanne Hishmeh, member of the Student Muslim Association, gives a brief history of the holiday Eid Al-Adha and the celebration that takes place in its honor.
Jillian Correira explains why to be wary of a candidate that focuses more on social issues than economic issues in a time dubbed ‘The Great Recession.’
Columnist Eric Magazu explains the history of old fashioned manners and their significance in our modern lives.
Collegian columnist Hannah Sparks takes a look at religion’s place in the presidential campaign.
Pychology professor Laura Wildman-Hanlon speaks about her life as a teacher, mother and practicing Wiccan.
Collegian contributor Eric Magazu discusses the more human aspects of religion and Christianity in particular.
Collegian columnist Ryan Walsh challenges literal interpretations of religious metaphors, encouraging readers to reexamine the ways in which they understand religious texts.
A Collegian reader expresses his discontent with what he sees as censorship.
Collegian columnist Victoria Knobloch knows that some atheists may feel uncomfortable with the religious aspects of AA, but one can’t argue with their success in helping people into recovery.
Pakistan is predominantly a country of those with Islam faith, but there is a considerable population of those of Christian beliefs. Under the contentious Blasphemy laws, it is unlawful for anyone to speak against the Prophet Mohammad, and a Pakistani woman is facing the death sentence for allegedly doing so. Collegian columnist Chelsea Whitton presents the issues and believes Bibi would lose her life over false evidence.