Charlie Charlie, are you real? Responses from science and spirituality

By Jaci Wendel   With almost three weeks having passed since the last day of the semester, you’re probably starting to feel the summer boredom start to creep in. Why not spice up your life by summoning a demon? That’s how lots of people on all forms of social media – most notably Vine and Twitter – are spending their time with the recently popular “Charlie Charlie … [Read more...]

On the Cheaters who wrote Syfy’s ‘Helix’

By Peter Blair Contributing Writer It has been a month or so since the finale of the second season of “Helix” on Syfy. After letting the entire series percolate in my mind, I’ve got to say, I feel let down. It wasn’t because of any typical letdowns – not because the ending of the season left too much unresolved, that the bad guy got away, that the wrong guy got the girl or … [Read more...]

Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York, to Deliver 30th Furphy Lecture

by Adam Zielonka Editor-in-Chief His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York, will present DeSales University's 30th Furphy Lecture this November, as first announced in DeSales University Magazine this week. Pope Benedict XVI appointed Dolan archbishop of New York in 2009 and later to the College of Cardinals in 2012. Dolan serves the Archdiocese of … [Read more...]

Sara Hulse: To DeSales and Back

By Eric Starrs Contributing Writer   She went with big dreams ahead of her, not knowing at the time she would end up back at DeSales University, guiding young minds to think more deeply about their faith. When theology professor Sara Hulse was deciding where to attend college, she had no clue where to begin until she heard of DeSales. “I first heard about DeSales … [Read more...]