Author: Ryan Klein


Who’s Hot in the NHL

We’re a month and a half into the NHL’s five month season, and leaders are beginning to emerge. At the time of writing, this year’s three top teams are the Montréal Canadiens (13-2), the Dallas Stars (13-4), and the New York Rangers (12-2). Two of these are not terribly surprising. […]


Radnor Preps for Papal Visit

Philadelphia is home to one and a half million citizens, and it is estimated that on September 26th and 27th, this number will double as visitors flock to the city to catch a glimpse of Pope Francis. Authorities expect the massive influx of people to have an enormous impact on […]


Conferences Department

A Closer Look at Eastern in the Summer Faculty, staff, and students may have been away from Eastern during the summer months, but campus has anything but quiet.  Between May and September hardly a day has gone by in which there hasn’t been at least one church group, academic program, […]


Stories of Sinai

Fr. Justin Sinaites Speaks about St. Catherine’s Monastery At a recent lecture hosted by the (proposed) Institute for Orthodox Thought and Culture, an old monk with a long beard told the tale of an ancient monastery. Father Justin Simaites, head librarian of St. Catherine’s Monastery at Mt. Sinai, Egypt, oversees […]


Cohen Lectures on “Science, Tech, and the Common Good”

Eric Cohen, Executive Director of the Tikvah Fund and editor-at-large of the New Atlantis, recently drew quite a crowd to Eastern University with his lecture “Science, Technology and the Common Good”. In his speech, Cohen sought to raise awareness of growing societal issues involving science and technology and also to […]


Are You Your Soul?

While rereading C.S. Lewis recently, I realized something about an old belief of mine. You may know the quote “you don’t have a soul. You are a soul; you have a body.” I had always thought it came from Lewis, and so had always felt safe accepting it. But as […]