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Religion on campus and in millennials’ lives


Jessica Guerrucci — Managing Editor When it comes to religion, Rabbi Barbra Paris said it is not about “fitting people into a box.” The definition of what it means to be “religious,” she said, is changing. “It’s very hard to pin down exactly,” said Paris, adviser for Hilel, “like, if you said you were a ‘none’ and I said I

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Southern fellowship explore God’s word


J’Mari Hughes—Reporter The InterVarsity Southern Christian Fellowship is “not your ‘average’ Christian club” according to its OwlConnect Page. The club, which says it believes they are called to share the good news of the love of God with all people, has a small group of women who meet Thursday’s at 7 p.m. in the Adanti Student Center. “It’s a place

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Social justice on college campuses


Melissa Nunez – Opinions and Features Editor When students enter their college years they become synonymous with many things: scholars, critical thinkers, the future. Tacked with these roles, these scholars, these critical thinkers begin to fight for just that, their future and throughout generations many college students have gained notoriety for revolts and campaigns to better their tomorrow. According to

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Diverse Owls: Religious diversity across Southern’s campus


Max Bickley – General Assignment Reporter In regards to human history, religion is one of the oldest institutions which still exists to this day. The largest faiths in the world, in regards to number of adherents, according to the Pew Research Center are “Christians (32 percent of the world’s population)…Muslims (23 percent)…Hindus (15 percent)…Buddhists (seven percent).” One of SCSU’s major missions is

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