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Let the Music Capture You

Eva Lucchino is a junior in the college majoring in English and minoring in History and Theology. What does it mean to you to be a cantor? Ever since I was a little kid I have loved singing at Mass. … Continue reading

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The Art of Being Artful

Art is a part of everything we do, not just something we consume. As a self-proclaimed creative, I have always wanted to believe that art is something more than just entertainment, a hobby, or a past-time. For as long as … Continue reading

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Coming Full Circle

Senior Ndeye Ndiaye, an American studies major, anthropology minor, and student worker for Campus Ministry, is a busy woman on campus. This past summer she was involved with New Student Orientation as an Orientation Advisor and continues her role as … Continue reading

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Holi Hai!

On April 2, a cloud of red, blue, yellow, green, and orange powder descended on Copley Lawn as students of all backgrounds gathered to celebrate the Hindu festival of Holi. Also known as the “festival of colors,” Holi originated in … Continue reading

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Learning on the job: My Year as Secretary of the Campus Ministry Student Forum

When I ran for the position of Secretary on the Campus Ministry Student Forum, I was completely out of my element. I had a limited understanding of  the purpose of a board, and as it turns out, what I did … Continue reading

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