Kerry Madden - December 02, 2016
The Winter Service Trip to Scranton and Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania is somewhat of a homecoming for me. As an alumna of The University of Scranton, the Rosemont Service Immersion trip to this area with has been a way to marry two places that I love, to see the Rosemont and Scranton communities impact one another in such wonderful ways.
Katie Pavlick - December 02, 2016
I have been participating in Adopt-A-Sis for three years now, and it has been such a humbling and wonderful experience for me. I have been seeing the same sister, Sister Florence, since I started. When I go over to New Sharon to visit with her, it is always a wonderful time and we truly enjoy seeing one another.
Kaushik Dhanyamraju - December 01, 2016
It all started on a cold November afternoon. I was all snuggled up in my bed, registering for classes to take for the Spring 2016 semester while resisting the urge to take another one of my lengthy afternoon naps. Suddenly, I found myself in what could be described as a tight situation: I only had 3 classes and a lab equating to 10 credits registered, which left me 2 credits short of eligibility for a full-time student status and for the NCAA, and the other required courses for my major in Accounting were not going to be offered in the spring. Suddenly, my inner Jimmy Neutron sprung to life and I had a brain blast; in this brain blast, my mind bellowed the one golden word that would solve my predicament: INTERNSHIP!
Alix Cozen - December 01, 2016
Judaism has always been a part of my life. It has shaped and molded my values and beliefs. It has taught me humility and empathy for everyone and everything around me. And it has empowered me and it's defeated me. The only thing Judaism will not do to me is leave me.
Erik Ranstrom - November 30, 2016
Faith, for me, is a daily beckoning to trust, and entrust myself to, a world of unseen and imaginative reality that pervades the seen and the ordinary. This beckoning comes from beyond myself, from the utterly mysterious and loving reality that the Church comes into contact with through the enigmatic presence of Jesus of Nazareth, crucified and risen, one in being with the Father.