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Letting your inner light shine

I walked into the bathroom the other day to get something, and I turned on the light. It was an unintentional move, a simple habit. I thought to myself, “you don't need the light on, you know exactly where every thing is in here, you are merely wasting electricity, you …

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Five reasons why Obama is losing the contraception fight

The White House has surprised observers and disappointed some liberal allies by signaling that it is willing to compromise and provide a broader religious exemption in its controversial regulations requiring all employers to provide free contraception coverage. Given that birth control use is almost universal — even among Catholics — …

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Conversations on God

By Contributor Lace Williams-Tinajero Over the years conversations with people from different religions, atheists and agnostics included, have piqued my curiosity on the direct correlation between language and God. Here are a few encounters that make me wonder to what extent language reveals the way we think and speak of, …

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Speaker to discuss future of grizzly bears

Grizzly bear expert Jeff Gailus will be the guest lecturer on Feb. 22 for the Environmental Studies Speaker Series at Gonzaga University. The Canadian conservation author will read from his book “The Grizzly Manifesto” and discuss the future of the animals in the United States and Canada. “If you care …

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