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Profiling a hot button issue

Profiling a hot button issue

Liana Lum, Editor-in-Chief

October 1, 2015


Filed under Opinion

Looking at images of Texas high school freshman Ahmed Mohamed's homemade clock, it is plausible his teacher misunderstood its function and mistook it for a bomb. But, what’s troubling is even after the clock was confirmed as harmless, the Muslim was still arrested, interrogated and suspended from school...

Teens have religious values, if not ‘religion’

December 12, 2014


Filed under Opinion

The perception that today’s teenagers are increasingly distancing themselves from religion, spirituality and the values that they profess, and that teens’ religious knowledge is shallower than past generations’, is an unjust falsification that Religious values are still important to today’s...

Organized religion is the new counterculture

February 11, 2010


Filed under Opinion

Jovel Queirolo Managing Editor The pews smell like stale floral perfume and a hardware store every Sunday. A sleepy warbling organ and a only a few enthusiastic voices back up a whining cantor singing “A-lle-lu-i-ah” as Father Mark takes his time settling the Gospel on its stand. Parishioners stand, b...

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