A Spider-Man who texts, tweets, and YouTubes? Colten Biro, SJ, wonders whether this Spider-Man is our first millennial superhero.
What do we do with the takeoffs and landings of stress in our lives? Colten Biro, SJ, looks back at a recent flight and the example of children.
With the decline of cursive, does handwriting even matter? Colten Biro, S.J., wonders.
Colten Biro, S.J., traces Wonder Woman’s liberating journey from a Harvard-educated professor’s fetish to Gal Gadot
Looking out on a familiar scene, Colten Biro, SJ savors those memories that take us back.
Four years ago, Dave Egger’s novel showed us what oppressive technology can do to our privacy. This year’s film adaptation offers a solution, equal parts implausible and troubling.
It’s hard to know if our work does any good, but Colten Biro, SJ, reflects that sometimes there’s goodness in the guesswork of simply trying.
TJP’s resident bibliophile Colten Biro, SJ investigates a high-stakes who-dun-it.
Colten Biro, SJ, cursed, cried, cringed, and could barely watch Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why—But, he didn’t regret a single moment. You won’t either.