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The sci-fi classic “Dune” explores religious and ecological themes ever-more relevant to modern day. Providing unique parallels to the oftentimes villainized middle-eastern culture, its alien story can give insight on misunderstood aspects of the modern world.

Don’t miss out on the book: The sci-fi classic “Dune” explores modern themes of religious fanaticism, ecology

Maya Hruskar '23, Paper Opinions Editor March 26, 2021

“I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will...

It’s important to learn about religion because it can have many great benefits in your life, like making you a more informed and well rounded person.

Start caring about religion: opportunity awaits

Andreas Lolis '21, Breaking News Editor January 5, 2021

Everyone in America knows about Christmas. Most of us know that it is a celebration of the Nativity of Jesus Christ, who Christians believe is the Son of God. This faith is shared by a group of over one...

Religion comes into question for this generation.

Drastic religion decrease harms our generation

Margot Stack '22, Staff Writer December 18, 2019

Growing up, religion was something very important to my family. My siblings and I would attend Sunday school every week for practically our whole childhood. From praying before meals to going to church...

Supreme Court sides with baker who turned away same-sex couple

Supreme Court sides with baker who turned away same-sex couple

June 5, 2018

Bailey Blaikie '19 The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to bake a cake for a same-sex couple on June 4. The decision was 7-2 and was written by Justice Anthony M. Kennedy....

From left to right: Ben Howard ’21, Griffin Lundquist ’18, Jonny Maisonet ’18, Jackson Dembski ’18. Ian Cooney ’18

The Unusual Pre-Game Routine of Praying

October 30, 2017

By: Clay Crouch '18 Most who play sports have a pregame routine. They do it before every game and never change it. Some athletes tie their shoes a certain way, others listen to a certain song. Most...

‘The Man Who Knew Infinity’ addresses the divine through numbers

‘The Man Who Knew Infinity’ addresses the divine through numbers

Jackie Sussman, Staff Writer June 7, 2016

“The Man Who Knew Infinity,” in an oversimplified sense, is quite cliché. Yes, it is just so original to describe the story of a poor boy from an underdeveloped country overcoming the odds multifariously,...

Students share their plans for Good Friday

Students share their plans for Good Friday

Alexa Di Luca , Staff Writer April 3, 2015

This Friday, April 3, is Good Friday; the Christian holiday that honors the crucifixion of Jesus and his death. While some students are looking forward to celebrating the religious holiday, others are...

Indiana governor Mike Pence

Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act sparks controversy nationwide

Max Bibicoff, Staff Writer April 2, 2015

Protests broke out across the country last week in response to the state of Indiana’s passing of the “Religious Freedom Restoration Act,” a law intended to protect the free exercise of religion....

All I want for Hanukkah this year

Claire Lewin, Associate Managing Editor December 8, 2014

According to old myths, when you throw a coin into a wishing well, your wish comes true. When I was young, I innocently believed this tale and begged my parents for pennies whenever I caught a glimpse...

I favor menorahs to Christmas lights

Cadence Neenan , Web Managing Editor December 8, 2014

Hi, my name is Cadence Neenan, and I’m a self-identified wannabe Jew. It all began in the Bar/Bat Mitzvah era. As a simple, awkward 13-year-old, I went to synagogue after synagogue on Saturday mornings...

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