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Songs of Suicide

Songs of Suicide

Peter LeBlanc, a senior pre-seminary and music major, invites campus into his struggle with suicide through his “Work of Our Hands” senior honors project. In a project titled “Songs of...
Out-of-control feminism

Out-of-control feminism

Feminism means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. It used to mean that women should be valued — in the home and in the workplace...
A visit from The Donald

A visit from The Donald

A COLLABORATIVE ARTICLE BY ANDREW BUTTERWORTH, JEREMY SCHNEIDER AND WESLEY THOMPSON RESPONDING TO DONALD TRUMP‘S RECENT VISIT TO PITTSBURGH This journey began with a text, as many mindless decisions usually...
Condemned conception

Condemned conception

 Emma Lamberton, managing editor, interviewed Addie Tyson, a junior student ministries major at Geneva College. She became pregnant at 17 and now has a four-year-old son named Leo. Emma Lamberton:...
What I’m watching: Gaycation

What I’m watching: Gaycation

“You’re letting it pollute your mind” is a comment I heard upon explaining what I’ve been watching recently. And what I’ve been watching is “Gaycation.” “Gaycation” is a new docu-series...
Missions: Are we missing the point?

Missions: Are we missing the point?

Back in 2009, I strutted my high school hallways wearing TOMS shoes and carrying my books in a FEED Projects burlap sack. I was all about that humanitarian look. That...
Road to the Oscars: The Danish Girl

Road to the Oscars: The Danish Girl

EDITOR’S NOTE: The “Road to the Oscars” is an article reviews series, written by The Cabinet’s staff, that presents reviews of the 2016 Oscar-nominated films. The 2016 Academy Awards is on...

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