After watching “Stranger Things,” Sean Barry, SJ offers his thoughts on how relationships play a major role in the series.
Whether biased or obsessed, Colten Biro, SJ, offers a review of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
Baseball. America’s pastime. Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ muses about what happens when we see ourselves on the Jumbotron during the game.
On the heels of Colin Kaepernick’s anthem-kneeling, Dan Everson, SJ sees similarities between the National Anthem and the Our Father.
Since when did the intricacies of grammar trend on Twitter? Colten Biro, SJ shows that it’s not really about grammar. It’s about us.
Alex Llanera, S.J. argues that the “boring” nominees for vice president, Tim Kaine and Mike Pence, are exactly what the U.S. needs right now.
In a world where bigger is better and everyone fights for space, Eric Immel, SJ remembers that there’s room for everyone.
What does the latest Twitter spat say about tensions between Baby Boomers and Millennials? Bill McCormick, SJ weighs in.
He learned Spanish for fun. They must learn English out of necessity. Lucas Sharma, SJ looks at his experience in Colombia and Colombians who had to leave their homes.
Damian Torres-Botello, SJ continues his journey towards a healthier life, and reflects on what he has recently discovered: it’s the small moments that count.