By Sarah Bryant “Finally, be strong in the Lord and in the strength of his might. Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the schemes of the devil. For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the … Continue reading Review: “Indivisible”
By Megyn Denning Feminism, while not a subject popularly discussed within Christian circles, interacts crucially in one’s understanding of humanity and the Bible. However, before that can be discussed, one must answer: What is feminism? Timothy Bartollete, an adjunct professor … Continue reading LBC & Feminism: What is Feminism?
By Sarah Bryant On Tuesday night, LBC’s Chargers Men’s Basketball team played in their home-opener against Messiah. Before the big game, I had the opportunity to sit down on Monday and talk with two freshman members of the team, Guard … Continue reading Report: First Men’s Basketball Game – LBC vs. Messiah
By Kaitlyn Aston, Academic Mentor “Breakfast. Class. Chapel. Class. Lunch. Class. Work. Dinner. Socialize (if you get a chance). Bed. And don’t forget that homework has to fit in there somewhere.” Does this resemble your daily schedule during an average … Continue reading Be the Master of Your Time
By Nathaniel Perry In September, the European Union successfully passed article 13, which was made to protect copyrighted material. The article was created in order to change the relationship between online platforms and copyright holders, and to enforce protection over … Continue reading What is Article 13?
By Ashley M. Connor SQUIRREL HILL, Pa. – On Oct. 27, a shooting occurred at a Jewish synagogue. Eleven people were killed and six wounded in “one of the deadliest attacks on Jews in U.S. history,” according to WPXI News. … Continue reading Mass Shooting Takes Place in Pittsburgh Synagogue
By Hannah Wheeler Justice – or the lack thereof – is a topic often intentionally ignored by individuals. They do not wish to take part in argumentative conversations involving political liberties. But they ought to decide whether injustice is important, … Continue reading Interpreting Injustice: Discovering Injustice in Everyday Life
By CJ Halloran, For Focus Immigration in America has become a massive topic in the news as of the past few years. When most mention melting-pot cities (cities that experience a large amount of diversity through immigration), they reference Houston, … Continue reading From the Beach to the City: An Italian-American on Living in America
By Jesse Rice Read previous articles in this series: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 Those outside of the pressures of dating have the ability offer more objective insight on the positives and negatives of Lancaster Bible College as a … Continue reading LBC Dating Culture Part 4: Faculty and Staff Discuss Gender Differences in Dating
By Emily O’Neill, Writing Mentor Books. If you are a literature-lover like me, that word fills your heart with pure joy. I love to read, and I am convinced that reading is one of the best things that writers can do to hone … Continue reading 4 Types of Books to Read to Improve Your Writing