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Review: “The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice”

Ryan Mancini

September 12, 2016

Last week Mother Teresa was canonized by the Catholic Church, making her a saint. She was known to many for having lived a life dedicated to stopping poverty and recognized for being charitable. The late British journalist and author Christopher Hitchens, however, saw Mother Teresa differently. Her...

20 percent of Americans are religiously unaffiliated, study says

20 percent of Americans are religiously unaffiliated, study says

Jonathan Bue

December 5, 2012

Travis Baluyot grew up in a Catholic household, but when the mechanical engineering major goes about his day he seldom prays or gestures the sign of the cross for blessing, and doesn’t go to mass. “I mean, I still have a cross in my car whenever I drive,”  Baluyot said. The senior at CSUN...

The top five: most erroneous political talking points

Aaron Helmbrecht

September 26, 2010

Jon Stewart’s Rally to Restore Sanity comes to our nation’s capital on Oct. 30.  I’d like to take this opportunity to lay my political cards on the table. I am what you would call a radical moderate. I’m sure many people consider that to be an oxymoron and I think that’s sad. Now I’m...

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