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Poet Mark Halliday, “Curator of the Past,” shares award-winning work

Jessica DiSalvatore, The Carroll News

February 14, 2019

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Students, professors and community members are filling up Rodman A for the first poetry reading of the term. All the chairs are occupied, people are sitting on tables and others are still standing. Professor George Bilgere enters...

Column: Where is God in the multiverse?

Sophia Maltese, Campus Editor

February 7, 2019

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I have often seen science fiction characters transcend dimensional constraints. The characters will typically escape to either a utopia or a desolate landscape, each holding an alternate version of the character’s reality (i.e....

Cold temperatures lead to cancelled class

Megan Grantham, Campus Editor

February 7, 2019

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Students all over John Carroll’s campus excitedly read the news on Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 29, that classes were cancelled for the following day. Although relieved to have a day off of classes, many were concerned at the reason...

Column: WALL-E’s world?

Megan Grantham, Campus Editor

January 31, 2019

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 “Television won’t be able to hold onto any market it captures after the first six months. People will soon get tired of staring at a plywood box every night,” stated Darryl Zanuck, a 20th Century Fox executive, in 1946.  If only Z...

Column: School choice: a catalyst for religious freedom and social justice

Sophia Maltese, Campus Editor

January 24, 2019

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My mom never stops moving. Whether it be selling pull-cards at our church’s bingo or taking calls at the fish fry, she is always involved, always on her feet and always working toward something. So, it should come as no surprise...

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