From my wedding to our wedding
Bernard Toutounji | 26 August 2012
However as I have learnt recently a wedding is the celebration of two people and for that reason I think I see why it can be an excellent part of the preparation process, because it requires discussion and compromise.
What I wish I knew as a college freshman
Katie Hinderer | 24 August 2012
My advice to college freshman, or better yet, what I wish I knew back then
The abnormality of a virgin marriage
Katie Hinderer | 22 August 2012
My friend went on to tell me all the weddings she had been to between two virgins had been strange and awkward because the two parties had no idea what they were getting themselves into. She saw it as irresponsible and something only a religious nut would blindly attempt.
Do we admire integrity or the medal?
Katie Hinderer | 20 August 2012
Cameron van der Burgh, who took the gold medal in the men’s 100-meter breaststroke event, breaking a record in the process? What makes his story even more interesting… he admitted to cheating in order to secure his position at the top of the podium.
Ivy League brain on bikinis
Carolyn Moynihan | 14 August 2012
Is it immodest to wear a bikini? What a neurology study found.
How much time do you spend watching TV?
Katie Hinderer | 07 August 2012
In the month of June, Netflix users watched 1 billion hours of video, which comes to more than an hour of viewing per user per day!
Olympics in the social media age
Katie Hinderer | 04 August 2012
While we are all anxiously waiting to see which events our country wins in the days ahead, the summer Olympics are already breaking records and creating buzz – social media buzz, that is.
When you’re hiding, it must be wrong
Katie Hinderer | 02 August 2012
A college friend of mine is a TV news anchor for a major city. She’s covered a number of difficult topics and done some great interviews, but the story that was the hardest to cover… finding women to go on camera and talk about reading 50 Shades of Grey
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The Boy Scouts cave in|
24 May 2013
Under enormous pressure, they have voted to welcome openly gay scouts. What message does the change in policy send young…
A boy’s life with unisex scouts
23 May 2013
The Boy Scouts of America will vote today on whether they will admit homosexual scouts. Will they become the Unisex…
23 May 2013
“Comfort women”, carpet bombing, atom bombs, lethal drones and genocide can all be justified by appeals to necessity.
Digital multitasking: scourge or blessing?
22 May 2013
How can we teach students to focus on what they ought to be doing?
Who or what is a “child”?
22 May 2013
Canada's Parliament lacks the courage to take a stand on defining when an unborn child will be protected by the…