United Methodist students may be able to get more money for college than they previously thought.The Global Board of Higher Education and Ministry is offering scholarships and low-interest loans to students confirmed in the United Methodist Church.
I had the great opportunity to be at a soft launch for Rehearsals, the new campus restaurant at the corner of 23rd Street and Kentucky.
America’s favorite cookie is just as addictive as the hard narcotic cocaine, according to a recent study.
Cocaine is considered one of the most harmful and addictive drugs on the market, according to the Controlled Substances Act of 1990.
Most of us have experienced it, the feeling of inadequacy as we mindlessly scroll through our Facebook or Twitter feed on a Friday night watching tons of people have more fun than us.
We have also felt it perhaps in the middle of summer as we watch droves of people on vacation seemingly being the most interesting people in the world.
When we are doing these cool things, we are also posting pictures and other things on social media to remind our “friends” and “followers” just how cool we are as well.
Anyone who has social media is guilty of this at some point to some degree.
Americans know their rights. This spirit of America is older than America itself.
Our Founding Fathers knew that they were being denied their rights as natural-born English citizens, and they fought to restore them. African-Americans knew that they had an inherent right derived from their Maker to not be the property of another man.
In recent years, the Powerball lottery has given out record amounts of money to winners.
Some of the jackpots have been close to half a billion dollars.
There are many things the lottery does for funding important institutions, but people just don’t understand where the money is coming from.
By Matt Patrick, Columnist The United Nations recently announced that we are within reach of eliminating extreme poverty. Most economists agree: if we take the right steps, extreme poverty can be eliminated by 2030. This means it is possible to deal with most of the poverty issues on the planet within the course of our…
By Matthew Patrick, Columnist The Boston Marathon bombing re-opened some of the wounds that a lot of us have in relation to terror attacks. Immediately after the attack I saw a lot of things on social media about people who said they were “mad at humanity,” or were just “losing faith in humanity.” Despite the…
I am not Catholic, but the pomp and circumstance involved in the election of the new pope enthralls me.