Now that she has been able to overcome her MDD Houk said, “I realized I needed to be more educated about on my illness so I could be an advocate for myself and others.”
Equality Ride came to Malone in hopes that they could share their stories—an opportunity for Malone students to hear the struggles of an LGBT person rather than just reading about them.
The complexity of this topic does not lend itself well to a brief newspaper-style article. The constraints of this format may have been one of the factors that led to some of our comments being taken out of context.
Sparked by the interest of senior youth sports ministry major Ryan Farr and junior community health education major Matt DiPietro, the lacrosse team is enjoying its first season of existence this semester.
“This is one of the biggest issues of our generation and I believe as a Christian University, we are supposed to fully engage ourselves instead of acting like we are better than homosexuals when we ourselves need to be revived back to God.”
Putting the article on the back page communicates to our cheerleaders that all of their hard work, dedication, and achievements were barely newsworthy.
The film did not leave me thinking about any deep spiritual truths, and to be honest, it seemed almost interminable. Well-written dialogue backed by superb performances by lead cast members kept me in my seat, and I was glad to be able to see Ledger’s final act (which undoubtedly was/is the movie’s biggest draw).
Sometimes when we talk about our faith and about the way we are trying to reach people who aren’t Christians, we aren’t talking about things in a very adequate way.
Friday, Apr. 16 students and alumni bands: Great Seal, The Ron Kent Band, Steven Eric Berkenkemper, and Shaw’s Landing performed for fellow student and quadriplegic Brian Ziegler; who plans to climb Machu Picchu in South America in order to raise money and awareness for a children sponsorship program, Compassion International.