Chapel overcuts minor issue this semester

9 years ago Triangle 0
Daniel Jackson Assistant Online Editor The Office of Student life recorded that about 35 students face work hours for skipping chapel, as of last Wednesday, November 30. OSL said that this number is about the same as last year. With such a small number of students facing discipline for skipping chapel, the college is unconcerned Read More

Turner nears first publication

9 years ago Triangle 0
Ricky Angel Guest Writer After four years of research and writing, Dr. Ken Turner has finally completed and published his dissertation, titling it “The Death of Deaths in the Death of Israel: Deuteronomy’s Theology of Exile.” In his work Turner interacts with many current biblical issues such as language, theology, and other Old Testament issues, Read More

Remembering Peal Harbor, 70 years later

9 years ago Triangle 0
Alex Green Triangle Reporter Yesterday was a date “which will live in infamy”. On December 7, 1941, six Japanese aircraft carriers set sail on a mission that would tilt the scale of World War II and forever change the landscape of the Pacific – and the world. On December 7, 2011 – 70 years after Read More