Lots of kids grow up thinking their grandmothers are saints

September 16, 2022

Lots of kids grow up thinking their grandmothers are saints. Martha Hennessy’s actually is. Or almost is. It depends on your definition. According to the technical language the Vatican has […]

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Benedictine has a Motto

September 8, 2022

Benedictine has a motto. Do you know what it is? Almost every college has one. Other institutions have them too. Aristocratic families have them. States and territories have them. Bishops […]

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Alumna Nicole Whitehead named Vice President for HR at Bucknell

August 24, 2022

Following a nationwide search, Bucknell University has hired veteran human resource and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) leader Nicole Whitehead as its new vice president of human resources. Her first […]

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Autocorrect is not always correct

August 19, 2022

It’s almost blasphemy in the digital age, but it has to be said: autocorrect is not always correct. The same goes for spellcheck. I suppose every profession has its way […]

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Each Life…

August 15, 2022

“Each life,” Frederick Buechner once observed, “is not just a journey through time, but a sacred journey.” Today, the celebrated spiritual writer’s own journey through time came to an end. […]

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Alumna Shares Experience on Living/Working with a Disability

August 8, 2022

Samyuktha Gumidyala (Neeraja) is an association professional with dwarfism. In this interview, she opens up about daily life and work with a disability. Read more about her HERE.

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Alumna Amina Waheed Nominated for Three Emmy Awards

August 8, 2022

Waheed’s Fault Lines team scored THREE nominations for the The News & Documentary Emmy Awards this year! Including, “Buried Truths” about the torturous history of indigenous boarding schools in the […]

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Popes go to confession. Like everyone else, they have personal sins to acknowledge.

August 4, 2022

Popes can also confess the sins of the entire church. At the beginning of the new millennium, John Paul II famously offered a litany of mea culpa’s, asking forgiveness for, […]

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Appalachian Trail for Parkinson’s Disease

July 26, 2022

Alumna, Susan Otten and her daughter, Gretja, set out to complete a thru-hike of the 2,193 miles of the Appalachian Trail in honor of our dad & husband to raise […]

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