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A View from Weltenburg: Living in Community

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Zach Miller- This summer, with a Staley Grant offered through the Chaplain’s Office, I was able to split three weeks between two Catholic monasteries in southern Germany. I went to compare the Christian faith I have grown up with to the Christian faith I found in these established communities, andRead More

Yowl 9-6-17

Yowl 9-6-17

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First-years to Watch: Fall Edition

First-years to Watch: Fall Edition

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Sam Thomas- Every year a new first-year class steps in eager to contribute. At the Division 1 level, it can be an extremely difficult adjustment for first-years. However, the following athletes have the potential to make an immediate impact on their respective teams. Jamie DiLuzio – Men’s Soccer (MF) JamieRead More

Soccer Teams Face Challenging Early Schedules

Soccer Teams Face Challenging Early Schedules

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Sam Thomas- Davidson, NC – The Lady Wildcats fell to the Pirates of Eastern Carolina 2-1 in their season opener at Alumni Stadium on August 25th. Eastern Carolina gained momentum early in the first half, keeping pressure on the Davidson defense throughout the first half. In spite of the aggression,Read More

Lenin Lives: In Search of a Revolution’s Lost Father

Lenin Lives: In Search of a Revolution’s Lost Father

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Lucas Weals- It was Lenin himself, in the first chapter of “The State and Revolution,” who lamented that the deaths of revolutionary leaders are always followed by attempts to “convert them into harmless icons, to canonize them, so to say, and to hallow their names,” all while “robbing the revolutionaryRead More