With the change in Administration, 2017 Georgetown Alumnus Bethan Saunders asks how she might continue to serve her community - now in a new way.
Junior Adrian Parker reflects on the challenge of having difficult conversations and the need for this evasive culture to change.
Student Samantha Porter writes about through a research project she connected Fairfield University's theme "Water" to her studies in biology.
Class of 2018 student Clayton M. Shanahan shares his experience working with the Sustainability Committee at Canisius College in Buffalo, NY.
As active members of the Sustainability Committee at Regis, we create programs that implement sustainability practices. This academic year we have worked with our cafeteria vender to decrease the amount of food waste
I went away to college grudgingly. I had graduated from a small high school in a town with one stoplight, and I had plans to attend the community college before transferring (if I had to).
The crowning athletic achievements of my life are two silver medals from my only season on the freshman wrestling team at St. Louis University High School.
As a young Catholic living in a markedly secularized and materialistic society, it is sometimes a struggle to express or even to remember my spiritual identity.
If you take a short walk just beyond the University Church at Fordham’s Rose Hill Campus, you will find a cemetery in which 124 sons of St. Ignatius are interred.
Any doctor can order tests, examine vitals, and analyze charts, but to possess the skill to interview a patient well requires nothing short of perfect eloquence.
Vatican II marked a significant change which, unlike many previous ecumenical councils, did not occur on any dogmatic or doctrinal level.
In our rapidly changing world, we are witnessing the decline of the long-established tradition of liberal arts in the university.
This year the Roman Catholic Church is marking the fiftieth anniversary since the beginning of Vatican II, and with the recent revisions to the mass translation, there is a renewed emphasis on how the church should evolve in response to the ever changing modern society.
My first experience as a Fordham University student was one that I will not soon forget.
It is no secret that many students approach college solely as a means to a career, caring little for the knowledge they obtain and more for the end result of gaining the degree they need to compete with in a global economy.