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Focus: Ecology, Evolution and Behavior

Our Carnegie Designation definitely is the recognition of that achievement that we’ve been setting out to do, but it’s also incredibly motivating as we’ve laid the groundwork for a lot of these programs to just get started and then we can start to visualize even what might come next and so I think it’s both… Read More »

Robert Ellsberg and George Horton ’67 on “Dorothy Day: A Saint for Today”

– Few people could offer us better insight on Dorothy Day and her case for canonization than the two speakers I’m delighted to introduce to you today. Robert Ellsberg is editor-in-chief and publisher of Orbis Books, the publishing arm of the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, and leader in religious publishing. At age 19, Ellsberg dropped… Read More »

MLK Day of Service | January 20, 2020 | A Day ON, Not A Day Off | Juniata College

– Greetings, Juniata. It’s great to be with you today. I want to remind you of a date coming up next semester, January 20, 2020. In celebration of our Martin Luther King Day, here on campus, we are gonna be having a day off of classes, but hopefully not a day off of everything else.… Read More »

15 Adults Knew of Penn State Sex Abuse, Reminds of Catholic Church

david patten insure david dot com depends state sexual abuse pedophilia scandal continues to unravel louis and i couldn’t think of any sicker hiring than the fact that accused coach jerry sandusky wrote an autobiography titled touched the jerry sandusky story which was published in two thousand one um… this is uh… it’s it’s a… Read More »

TCC Report: Social Justice Week & Talon’s Market

Hello everyone and welcome to a new edition of the TCC Report, I’m Elton Gumbel. College life is full of decisions.. Should you major in theater or computer programming? Welding or poly sci? Should you study for the big test, or go party? I hope you choose to study. One choice no college student should… Read More »