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Why Fellowship is Important for Christians

For Joey Smart, an Ohio University junior, he found himself struggling to keep practicing his Christian faith while on campus. “Back at home we would go to mass every sunday, but now I only go a couple of times a

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Is Religion Considered a Prejudice?

Prejudice against certain beliefs have some people ruffled. In the growing and changing times, many claim the Church must adapt in order to accept a larger number of people who may not necessarily fit into a certain “vision” of what

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Finding Faith in College

Sometimes, finding faith in college can come in unexpected ways. I grew up in a Christian home and so, religion was always a part of my life. However, I never expected it to be something that would mean much more

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Depression and Suicidal Thoughts on OU’s Campus

In college, it appears the stigma surrounding depression and suicide causes students to be more ‘mum’s the word’ when it comes to receiving help, so what has Ohio University done to address the problem? I remember writing a couple  stories for The

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Walking through Stories

The path to becoming a journalist has never been a smooth one, but I can’t regret anything that I’ve seen and witnessed. One such experience was the opportunity to see the Ohio University Army ROTC do its training up in

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