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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 ... »
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 ... »
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... »
By now you’ve probably heard it a hundred times—sitting all day is not doing us any favors. In fact, researchers have concluded that sitting for long periods of time can be linked to a number of different health concerns. And while your average colle... »
Last Thursday, as I was out on my lunch break, I noticed a handful of people gathered outside every bar, restaurant, and cafe with a television along 7th Avenue. They were talking excitedly with one another and sharing big smiles — something t... »
In a 5-4 decision on Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that certain employers may opt out of the Affordable Care Act’s mandate to include contraceptives in their health insurance plans. According to the decision written by Justice Samuel Alito, this ma... »
When it comes to social justice, it’s not uncommon to find ourselves weighed down by the utter enormity of humanity’s struggles. We often tell ourselves that it’s just too much—that we don’t have the time or resources to make a substantial differenc... »