For William Peña ’18, solving big world programs starts on a very small scale: one client at a time.
Anthropologist Dr. Robert Hefner believes that Christians and Muslims will to be central in protecting modern democracies from culture wars—if they can guide societies toward a shared belief in universal human dignity.
As the 2020 election approaches, so do opportunities to turn partisan squabbles into moments of personal growth.
As students finish up their second full week of classes and adjust to their new “normal”, The Bell is resharing the senior reflection of biblical studies and political science graduate Daryus Vaughan ’20.
For the United Kingdom, the Halloween season held more anticipation and suspense than haunted houses and spooky costumes. It was to be a fateful day determining the country’s future—Brexit. Over three years since Britain voted through referendum to… Read More