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As students, we are automatically enrolled in the “Undergrad Digest”, basically a giant mailing list that allows organizations and the administration to get in contact with undergrads. While this is a great idea… Read more…

Author: Sean '12 | No Comments »



But the overwhelming thought I had this past week was the idea that I am a senior and this is my last year. I just can’t get over that fact. Such a reality is impressed on my mind even more when I see fresh new faces that I hardly have any… Read more…

Author: Joel '10 | No Comments »



I don’t know about everybody else, but I am SO pumped to be back here. I’m living in the village townhouses this year, which are amazing. They are more like apartment buildings then dorms! I live with four other girls- and I totally recommend this instead of living with three other people because the rooms are just so much bigger… Read more…

Author: Emily '11 | No Comments »



Well this is the first time I am not taking part in these “festivities”. I know going abroad will be fun and I leave soon ( Sept18th at 2:30pm to be exact!) and I am very excited. On the other side I do feel a little left out… Read more…

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On Monday we went on a hike through the Niagara George. This enabled various conversations so that we could get to know each other better. In the afternoon we had a Catholic social justice lecture which was very insightful. Later that night we played… Read more…

Author: Dan '13 | No Comments »



I live a stones throw away from the sea, that and the mountains of Guatemala, and on a really clear day – the mountain of Honduras – are my daily scenery. My new hobbies include napping in a hammock on my veranda, riding our beach cruiser bikes… Read more…

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Whoah, this thing is huge. I’m in a suite in Dugan with three other sophomores. When I was at home, I looked at all my junk and thought “There is no way that is all going to fit in a dorm room.” I got to my dorm, and it feels.. empty. I’m doing somersaults… Read more…

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When something as awing and unsettling as this happens, it is important that we take a moment to thank God for our wonderful blessings. We also should be truly humbled by the power that He holds with His ability to influence our lives… Read more…

Author: Dan '13 | 3 Comments »



In six short days, I’ll be writing a post from campus. Actually, I lie. I have no idea whether or not I’ll write a post my first night in my dorm. Maybe. But my point was that I move in on Wednesday. And here it is Thursday night already. Wow… Read more…

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The e-mail stated that there was a room open in the Martin House and to contact Residence Life if I was interested. This is a big deal. Let me explain. The Martin House is an upperclassmen honor’s dorm. Except for one… Read more…

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