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Some Thoughts on Grace, Part II: The Syrian Refugee Crisis

By Katie Wrisley Shelby

I’ve never succeeded in quite wrapping my mind around how atrocities such as the Holocaust or the internment of Japanese-Americans during WWII happened. 975 more words

Theology And Culture

#6 Starting Pitcher: Reid Van Woert, Aldie

The 6th best starting pitcher in the 2015 Valley League season is St. Bonaventure’s Reid Van Woert!

Pitching for the now-defunct Aldie Senators, Reid went 2-0, 1.80, with a 1.111 WHIP, 2.4 BB/9, and 6.2 K/9 in 45 innings pitched. 142 more words

Aldie Senators

Podcast: Working retail on Black Friday

St. Bonaventure student/journalists who work part-time retail jobs discussed their preparation and expectations for Black Friday during a BlogTalkRadio podcast.

Guests included Jacqueline Clark and Madeleine Faircloth. 6 more words


At the University of Missouri, also known as “Mizzou,” students of color recently faced an increase of racial insults and threats of extreme violence. The fact that our skin color and culture can separate us and create a form of hatred that we didn’t know existed in our time, is frightening. 95 more words


Primetime Sports with Mike and Jon Ep. 8


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Starring: Jonathan Sawyer and Mikael DeSanto

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Is Peyton’s career coming to an end?


Ronda Rousey: Can she come back? 79 more words


Woman saved from burning car by an angel

In our dark times, more than ever we hunger for signs of God’s grace.

This is a first-person account of that grace, by Dann and Tracey Staddler… 1,511 more words

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Enough is Enough: Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul speaks to SBU students and faculty

By Jason Klaiber

Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul has traveled to college campuses throughout New York to explain the initiative for the New York State “Enough is Enough” legislation signed into law in July. 528 more words