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Considering humility

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April 28, 2005

I'm not going to lie. I don't look a day older than 16. So when my supervisor at the parish at which I work asked me to make a presentation to the Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, I wanted to make sure I sounded professional, or at least older than I look. No person in his or her mi...

Seniors Say Goodbye

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April 28, 2005

Thomas Kiphart After two-and-a-half years of working behind the scenes for the business department here at The University News, I had to jump at the chance to put in my two cents. Nothing I have to say will be too earth shattering, so please don't hold your breath. Keep in mind I'm just the num...

Summer films crackle with retro flair

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April 29, 2004

So many films, so little time. As Hollywood prepares its annual dash for your cash, The University News offers a brief glimpse into this summer's hottest blockbusters. Troy opens May 14 Movies like Braveheart and Gladiator started a new trend in Hollywood as of late. Due to their success, and with t...

Spiritual art: Cornish paints a message without words

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April 7, 2004

I thought I was prepared. When I first decided to interview Daryl Cornish, S.J., I was aware of his disease. He has multiple sclerosis, a disease of the central nervous system that I was familiar with after interning at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society last summer. I thought I was ready. This, however, ...

The Hill: Food, history, charm, calories

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November 29, 2001

Little did Italian immigrants know that the area they settled in, now known affectionately as The Hill, would become a St. Louis landmark and familiar to people across the country. Years ago, when the immigrants settled in, nothing more than a simple mining region existed. In the years that followed...

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