Author: Kit Apostolacus


The Issue: Is the internet killing religion?

[twocol_one]Death By Tech Samantha Rosenfeld We’ve all been there: scrolling through our social media newsfeeds, minding our own business, when all of the sudden we see that one post that stops us dead in our tracks. Generally, the post will consist of some religious statement that the administrator obviously believes […]


The Rebellious No(ëlle Vahanian)

Last Spring, Noëlle Vahanian, a philosophy professor at Lebanon Valley College, published The Rebellious No: Variations on a Secular Theology of Language. As a part of the literary series called “Perspectives in Continental Philosophy” with John D. Caputo as the series editor, this book finds itself among texts written by […]


Professor Spotlight: Dr. Burnette-Bletsch

Rhonda Burnette-Bletsch is Eastern’s latest addition to the biblical studies department. Erudite and compassionate, Burnette-Bletsch feels very welcomed to the Eastern community. The youngest of three girls, she grew up on a tobacco farm in North Carolina with a Southern Baptist family. She is the first person in her family […]


Refuge and MAAC Host Trans* Panel

On April 7th, Refuge and  MAAC  hosted a panel of trans and non-binary individuals from the Bryson Institute for Social Justice week.  The Bryson Institute is a branch of The Attic Youth Center that “supports individuals, communities, and organizations in effecting personal and organizational changes to build inclusive environments that […]