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The Color Purple

Do you ever wonder what the purple stripe on the lesbian, gay, bisexual transgender (LBGT) flag represents?

On October 16 this year, the purple on the flag takes priority – anti-bullying. 336 more words

Bonaventure Celebrates Francis Week

By: Shannon West

St. Bonaventure hosted a week of events in dedication to St. Francis, a recurring tradition that has been experienced by many. St. Bonaventure is known for its Franciscan traditions in the following of St. 515 more words

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Bona Basketball Non-Conference Preview: Home Version

Here is the second installment of previews, this time for the home games. These are the times that we get to ride on the opposition an hour before the game starts, the times that we allow the RC to be a feared place to travel, and the times that we get to act like complete idiots (sometimes) on national TV. 573 more words

Full Court Miracle

Bona Basketball Non-Conference Preview: Away Version

Bona basketball is almost back as the calendar has struck October. Many of us can remember the feeling of watching Jordan Gathers find the bottom of the net to stun St. 955 more words

Full Court Miracle

Bonacoustics: Lean On Me

Nature, like music, abhors a vacuum.

Conor Hynes, 19, heard about Bonacoustics when he visited St. Bonaventure University in the spring of 2013. But when Hynes came to Bonaventure in the following fall to study music, Bonacoustics, Bonaventure’s a cappella club, had disappeared. 429 more words

The Stigmata of St. Francis

In the year 1224 St. Francis of Assisi was given a gift of grace which no one could have imagined: the sacred stigmata.  St. Francis, the ardent lover of Christ crucified, now bore in his own body the wounds of the Passion.   542 more words

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Yik Yak: Pubic hairs and “the (fill in sport) team sucks”

ST. BONAVENTURE, NY— Yik Yak, a social media app and anonymous bulletin board, has taken the university by storm.

This weekend saw numerous posts about the grooming of pubes and more than a few attacking some of the sports teams on campus. 101 more words