Author: Kelsey Fiander-Carr


Dream Big This Summer!

      When summer comes along, many college students in the nation try to take advantage of this time and relax for a few months. Among the standard pastimes we college kids take advantage of, a seldom few have a positive effect on our future careers. We ought to […]


Community After the 2016 Election

     In the wake of the recent presidential election, I walked around the hills of Eastern and saw many students who looked sad and shocked. I also saw people who were gleaming in happiness and optimism that their country would undoubtedly become great again. These two reactions were on […]


Thread Heads Partners With Yacht

     Newly-founded club Thread Heads has partnered with Youth Against Complacency and Homelessness Today (YACHT) to provide knitted and crocheted hats and gloves for the homeless in the Philadelphia area.      Beginning in spring 2016, senior entrepreneurial studies major Somer Jordan founded the club coined Thread Heads to […]


Why Christian Colleges Matter

     In David Brooks’ speech entitled “The Cultural Value of Christian Higher Education,” he attests to the importance of attending a Christian institution for schooling. Brooks speaks about the importance of being able to grow as a student and as a person in general.      “Most universities have […]

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Christianity and the Media

Christianity and Social Media by Ethan Rose      Without a doubt, social media has become an integral part of our culture. But, as with all cultural artifacts, there are good and bad consequences involved with the use of social media. It falls to those of us who desire to […]