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This is no ordinary pew-sitting Sunday.

It’s Sunday, and I’m not sitting in a pew. Part of me feels incredibly unholy for sleeping in and not going to a different building for church. As I write this, however, I am livestreaming my church’s service – which is taking place 200+ miles...

What controversy REALLY means

As media continues to grow and develop and as governments continue to become more corrupt, our fear of losing our first amendment rights also increases. We’re afraid the government will take away our rights to voice our opinions. Well, I have some good news for you....

Campus Minister's Tweet Gone Wrong

If you missed my previous post, you’ll want to go read it. The Crimson, a student paper, got itself into some controversy with SGA over an article it published, though none of it was the fault of the paper. The next day, Matt, the campus minister and a university...

Student Media vs SGA – A Controversy (Part I)

The Student Government Association was furious. The Crimson, the student weekly newspaper, had just published a story about how organizations still had yet to receive funding from SGA for the semester, and there was less than a month left in the semester. SGA bypassed...

Why Paper Still Matters

I have a Kindle, but I can’t tell you exactly where it is. The truth is that, even this digital age, I’m still addicted to paper.  As media begins to drift away from mediums that we can touch, feel, and even smell, there are still some of us who cling desperately to...