The Truth About Our Virtual Selves

By Brittany Collier On the Internet we have the ability to be whoever we want to be. Hiding behind computers, smartphones and tablets enables us to conceal parts of ourselves that we don’t like, and change them into something we do like. We can cut, paste, Photoshop, and edit everything we do, and the frequency … Continued

Poetry Day with Sister Patricia Schnapp

By Jennifer Brown “If Jesus were alive today, He would be an English major.” – Sister Patricia Schnapp, RSM Last Semester, Lourdes University was blessed by the presence of Sister Patricia Schnapp, published author, poet, and English Professor at Siena Heights University. Sr. Pat has received recognition for her teaching and for her volunteer work … Continued

WYSP – The Darkness

By Syd Klem My name is Syd Klem, and I’m writing this to prevent you from playing bad video games. The first step is to stop playing bad video games. The second is to start playing good video games. To that end, I’m going to tell you why you should play The Darkness. The Darkness … Continued

Excitement of the Unknown

By Katie Bartlett Thinking about the future is something I catch myself doing quite often. It’s usually clouding my thoughts as I wake up in the morning, and while I’m driving, and before I fall asleep each night. Don’t let me fool you though, as someone who worries most of the time anyway, pondering over … Continued

Water for the Thirsty

By Patrick Pickering Waters for Ishmael is “a faith-based non-profit” organization that works directly with internationals who are either displaced or in a refugee status. I was able to meet up with Mitchell Machir on behalf of WFI to get a better understanding of what exactly they provide for the internationals that come to our … Continued