Democratic public life at its best—and also sometimes its worst—tends to take form “in the streets.” The American colonists paraded and protested in Boston and elsewhere, as did the French in Paris.
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June 20, 2019
Two weeks ago, Rev. William J.
June 17, 2019
I’m not able not to read Jia Tolentino.
June 13, 2019
How do religious beliefs decide what prisoners and patients eat? Two recent court cases in Virginia pit religious diets against the need to serve diverse populations in public institutions.
June 10, 2019
Today’s “sighting” owes its inspiration to a brief moment of déjà vu that hit me recently as a new-but-familiar book title came across my desk—The Death of Politics.
June 6, 2019
Ask just about any university student, student life professional, or campus mental health counselor, and it’s pretty likely they’ll tell you the same thing about student mental health: Despite the robust resources on many campuses, serv
June 2, 2019
Evangelical megachurches in suburban Chicagoland have faced serious challenges of late, and none more notable than the recent
May 30, 2019
“Lockdown.” To a parent, perhaps no word induces more panic. Last Wednesday (May 22), I received a text alert that my son’s elementary school was going on lockdown.
May 27, 2019
In our postmodern, global, and increasingly divided society, few thin threads of shared conviction seem to bind us together.
May 23, 2019
Ed. Note: Warning: This column contains major spoilers for Pokémon: Detective Pikachu.
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