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Sound of Freedom

By Hansol Hwang — The sound of a wren, a sharp and subtle whisper through the ages. Flightless are the words that settle on the pages. Soundless

Into the New Year: 2016 Resolutions

By Dorothy Le — [dropcaps]N[/dropcaps]ew Year resolutions are a tricky thing. They are made with good intentions with a desire to constantly improve and accomplish something

Time of the Jewish Holiday: Hanukkah

By Dorothy Le– It’s a celebration rich in history and tradition, and with a span of over 2,000 years. Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights,

The Response of the Paris Attacks

By Dorothy Le– On the evening of November 13, 2015, France witnessed one of the deadliest attacks since World War II and the deadliest in Europe


By Debra Him — Four different seasons, making different reasons to enjoy all of God’s creation. Depending on the season our homes begin to change but

Ghosts-Fact or Fiction?

By A.L. Sapinsky– [dropcaps]G[/dropcaps]hosts – fact or fiction? Depending on the religion you adhere to, the answer can go either way. Whether these ghosts are friendly like

The Top Religious Wars in History

By A.L. Sapinksy — Religion—while it has its origin in peace, the roots of spiritual practice have often dabbled in war. As far back as the

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