The Acceptance of Disconnection

Anticipating the “Shadow and Substance” Contemporary Photography show, I expected a dynamic combination of materials, methods, concepts, and subjects that challenge traditional boundaries and defy easy definition. I was expecting to understand what I was seeing, to enter in, and to connect deeply with what was before me. I’m happy to say, however, that my expectations were wrong.

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Freedom in Christ to Obey His Word: A Response to Rev. Andy Wilson

As students of Covenant College, we wish to offer a humble response to your recent article, “Dear Covenant College Students: Jesus Can Set You Free from the Yoke of Being Woke.” We present our own views in this letter, not the views of the College, nor of all our peers. We hope that this reply helps inform your perspective on the condition of academic and theological debate at Covenant.

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Talking Trash

So, I am indeed writing about trash, and I do, in fact, have an opinion on it. I worked in facilities freshman year, so I know my trash. We need trash cans at Covenant. This seems like a silly thing to have to say. Honestly I didn’t believe that it was true that there were NO trash cansoutside buildings on campus, but when I paid closer attention I realized it was almost true.

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Open Letter to Our Catcalling Classmates

Is this my fault? What did I do to merit this? Am I actually safe right now? These are the questions that run through our minds when you catcall us. You may not realize this form of sexual harassment is a problem here, on Covenant College’s campus; we didn’t expect it either. But it happens—often—and it’s unacceptable. We, women, are image bearers of Christ, not sex objects.

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All Things to All People?

“Who is God to you?” This is the first question that was asked of me and each of my coworkers at the start of our internship this past summer. The internship was an opportunity to engage in mission work in the community of Mobile, Alabama, primarily through teaching children between the ages of four and twelve at a summer camp.

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Pugh Review - City's Sandwiches

During this past summer in Chattanooga, I had grand plans for going to a bunch of new restaurants, eating tons of delicious food, and writing all my articles for the year ahead of time. But since when does life ever go according to plan? Instead, I spent the whole summer in the hospital with a friend and eating the only thing that was there — Subway.

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