What makes Christianity so “messy?”

What makes Christianity so “messy?”

Let’s be honest for a second.  At some point you’ve probably heard Christianity described as “messy” and thought to yourself, “What does that mean?  And if it’s so messy, why don’t we do something to clean it up?”  It’s one of those buzzwords that ge... »

College problems: A different kind of Hunger Games

College problems: A different kind of Hunger Games

In the first weeks after coming back to school, it can be difficult to adjust. For some, this might manifest itself in struggling to keep up with a class schedule after a summer of sleeping in. For others it might mean trying to find a job or to make... »

Sink, swim or float: Regent’s fifth annual Regatta draws fierce competition

Sink, swim or float: Regent’s fifth annual Regatta draws fierce competition

Every year, the Regent community comes together to behold a battle of epic proportions in the name of honor, glory and free food.  This battle is known as the Regent Regatta, a homemade boat race held in the pond outside the Commons.  Those who make ... »

The Daily Runner interviews Daniel Garza of the LIBRE Initiative

The Daily Runner interviews Daniel Garza of the LIBRE Initiative

As the son of migrant farm workers from northern Mexico, Daniel Garza knows firsthand what the American dream can do for a person.  This is especially true in his own life — though Garza dropped out of high school, he was later able to obtain h... »

Write for The Daily Runner!

Write for The Daily Runner!

We know you’re at Regent to learn new things, gain experience and obtain a degree. Part of this—whether it’s with The Daily Runner or one of Regent’s many student organizations—is being involved outside the classroom. By branching out beyond your tex... »

Regent community accepts the ice bucket challenge, to glorious results

Regent community accepts the ice bucket challenge, to glorious results

Yesterday at Chapel, Dean Brauch of Regent’s Law School unveiled a video of himself taking the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.  In the video, he challenged all Regent students, faculty and staff to follow in his footsteps. While the unofficial rules ... »

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The best beaches in Virginia Beach

We’re entering into the last leg of the summer season as the month of August begins. The retail stores are already busting out their “Back 2 School” marketing campaigns. While all the clever marketing and the promise of fresh backpacks, notebooks, an... »

Life lessons we learned from Robin Williams

Life lessons we learned from Robin Williams

Robin Williams, adored comedian and actor, passed away in his home on Monday in an apparent suicide. According to his media representative, Williams had been battling a deep depression lately. Robin Williams was a deep man who was able to portray a w... »

Why joyless Christianity completely misses the point

Why joyless Christianity completely misses the point

Lately my book of choice has been Velvet Elvis by Rob Bell, a must-read for anyone looking to get back to the basics and hit the reset button on their faith.  One of my favorite parts so far is when Bell discusses the why of our faith.  Why do we do ... »

3 Social media trends to watch

3 Social media trends to watch

Communication is an ever-shifting field, but the truest definition of what it means to “communicate” has never wavered. God was the first communicator; before the creation of the Earth, God the Father, His Son the Word, and the Holy Spirit communed t... »

Your guide to summer blockbuster season for August 2014

Your guide to summer blockbuster season for August 2014

Guardians of the Galaxy (August 1) Remember when you could watch a Marvel movie without it being a direct tie-in with something larger like The Avengers or Agents of Shield?  When Iron Man was just Iron Man, and the Hulk was just the Hulk?  Things we... »

22 Books to add to your summer reading list

22 Books to add to your summer reading list

As an intern at a literary agency, I get asked a lot about what sort of books I like to read for fun.  Generally I just make up something because that’s a really hard question that I’m still not entirely sure how to answer.  Recently, however, I’ve b... »

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