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Tulsa Shooting: Justice vs. revenge

By Syeda Khan STAFF WRITER   Two men from Oklahoma have been charged for the deadly shooting spree targeting random African American people along the streets of Tulsa, Oklahoma just last week. According to ABCnews.com, two Caucasian men have confessed to this shooting spree; Jake England, who is 19 years old has confessed to shooting … Continue reading

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The end of an era

By Justin Thirstrup Pastoral Associate for Outreach   Over the course of human history, advancements in technology have certainly helped to improve our lives.  For many people, some high-tech gadgets have truly become indispensable. I, myself, do not particularly care for electronic devices. I use computers, but mostly for work and research. You will rarely find … Continue reading

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Embracing the arts

by Stacy De Leon NEWS EDITOR   Eulalio Fabie de Silva, artist, photographer and graphic designer will feature his show “Meditations on the Figure” on the first floor of Kindlon until the end of June.   de Silva was originally born in the Philippines, but now is now a resident in Chicago. He was the … Continue reading