Dr. Hills gives us all a lesson in love and what it means to put others before yourself. Video by: Michaela Sanderson
The Portland Timbers’ chaplain, Troy Ready, urges students to seek after “the bread that lasts.”
A feature profile on Paige England, the newly appointed co-leader of the SALT ministry team, as she talks about the opportunity SALT gives students to provide for the physical and spiritual needs of those in need.
Rachel Stadeli discusses how to deal with some relatives you may not get along with.
Emily Abbey has lived the majority of her life without being able to eat gluten, an ingredient in baked goods, bread, fries, and a number of other delicious treats. Read her comical story about some of the struggles of the gluten-free life.
Angie Knight discusses the lessons she’s learned at the toaster in the dining hall.
“50 Shades of Grey” was released on Valentine’s Day weekend and the mountains of articles that quickly followed almost broke the Internet. Jordin Lineback addresses the negative attacking of this movie and how it’s possible that that could be more harmful than the movie itself.
In this short essay, a student describes the lessons her cat taught her.
Katrina Aman shares a whimsical piece on why runners are the best people to date.
It’s spring time and as many students wait in anticipation for that ring reporter Katie Wilson turned to Dr. Love for some snapshots of romantic love at it’s finest. Professor Trammell also offers his advice for young couples.