I’m staring at another one of those first-day-of-class questionnaires, my pencil stopping at a question along the lines of “what one song describes you best?” I mentally go through the playlists on my phone and [more]
As the credits rolled after I watched BriTANick’s “Eagles Are Turning People into Horses” for the very first time, someone knocked on our dorm door to the rhythm of the “Old Spice” whistle. This was [more]
Sleepovers in high school meant three things: one, no oppressive “fascist” parents. Two, a disgusting orgy of msg-dusted tortilla chips and hyper-caffeinated soft drinks. And three, a movie to end the festivities, typically one I [more]
Students gathered in room 221 of the Bowld Commons on Thursday night to hear Zack Pruitt, director of public policy at FACT, the Family Action Council of Tennessee, speak about the intersection between Christians and [more]
By Hannah King Staff Writer Christianity and culture was the main theme for this year’s Scholar-in-Residence speaker, President Emeritus of Seattle Pacific University Philip Eaton. Appearing at Union March 13-18, Eaton talked of 21st-century culture [more]
Artists and theologians mingled together this past weekend to discuss the interaction of art, culture and theology. Those three practices were brought together for examination at the ACT Conference, an assembly of experts in both art and theology.