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Disgraced — or Shamed?

September 24, 2016

Katie Lundy Staff Writer Anger. Hatred. Shame. All of these are feelings felt during the play ‘Disgraced’ by Ayad Akhtar. And yet, in the beginning there was hope, idealism, and near worship. This play winds . . .

Meditating on the truth

February 13, 2013

Dan Eschbach Features Writer When you hear the word “Buddhism,” what comes to mind? Some people think of meditation, the idea of karma, or of “enlightenment;” others picture a plump Asian man, sitting, smiling from . . .

The doubt found in religion

April 19, 2010

What is religion? By definition, it is a set of beliefs concerning the cause, nature, and purpose of the universe. The legitimacy of organized religion is revealed in that simple definition: Belief. A belief is not the same as fact: it is simply an individual opinion or conviction. . . .

David Shenk speaks on Islamic Iranian Revolution

November 5, 2009

David Shenk spoke to a crowded room about the Islamic Iranian Revolution and his work with trying to create peace among religions. David’s mother had graduated from Millersville as a teacher around 1930 and moved . . .