Bulldog Ambassadors improving under new name

By Bridget Walsh Managing Editor Upperclassmen at DeSales might recall seeing flyers posted around campus or emails in their inbox highlighting the D.A.W.Gs program. Now, the D.A.W.Gs has a new name to go along with the new branding the university underwent last year. The Bulldog Ambassadors are student volunteers that work under the guidance of the Office of … [Read more...]

From the Editor’s desk…

By Chris Shaddock Editor-in-Chief When Rome went from being a republic to a dictatorship, people were not upset; they were relieved. They were relieved because citizens were stressed out about the politics going on within the government and their responsibility related to the Roman community. So, when Caesar rolled in and basically took control of things, Roman citizens … [Read more...]

Catholic Priest Scandal: How Hierarchy and Community Clash

By Andrew Beers Staff Writer In early 16th-century Europe, priests and others in Catholic hierarchical clergy began selling indulgences as a way to collect money to build new churches. Lay people could purchase these indulgences in return for forgiveness of their sins. This was questioned by others in the Catholic Church and inspired Martin Luther to write his famous … [Read more...]