issue0822

Issue 8 of the 2021-2022 school year.

A Contemplation of Death and Memory

How Death Binds Us, Guides Us, but Cannot Stop Us  By Ashley Herber   Over break I…

Letter From the Editor

By Josh Beaudoin  Hello Everyone,  I’m so excited for this issue! I have been wanting to do an issue…

Death on a Warm Summer Day

A Fatal Car Accident and Why You Need to Think About Death   By Josh Beaudoin  I…

Right Theory

By Ashley Herber  Ring theory helps you know what to do when you or someone you know is…

Dealing with Death as a Student Missionary

Catherine Harwood’s Story of Losing Someone   By Summer Boulais  Catherine Harwood, a senior social work major, served as a…

How COVID-19 Has Changed the Way People Handle Grief

Losing Loved Ones and Coping With Death  By Brooklin Painter  Death has always been a part of humanity,…

The Bombing of Tokyo

Letter From the Editor  By Josh Beaudoin  Hello Everyone,  I just finished reading the book “The End…

Too Close for Comfort

Clarity From Near-Death Experiences  By Aine Schmidt Weiss   When Alex Wiedemann, sophomore exercise science major, boarded…

The Normal Heart

A Heart Wrenching Cautionary Tale  By Stevan Crary  HBO’s primary cup of tea is eight-season medieval fantasies and four-hour-long superhero films, both with…

One Year Later

An Interview About Death  By Matthew Peinado  There are few experiences more tragic than the sudden loss…

The Community in Culture

Changing the Process of Mourning  By Atheris Seals  If there is one shared experience of humanity, it is that people…

Carol-oke and Christmas Cookies

Celebrating Christmas with ASWWU Social  By Annaliese Grellmann  Pool tables were wrapped, garlands were hung, and a…

Grief From the Outside

Helping Those Who Have Lost  By Emmett Pennington-Guthrie  Losing a loved one is a difficult thing, but…

Women Play Ball Too

Basketball herstory  Published March 9, 1978  The development of women’s basketball has been a long process.…