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Last week, we discussed the honorary degree that Charlie Rose received from Sewanee: The University of the South. To recap, Charlie Rose was presented with the degree during the university’s commencement ceremony i ...

Category: Morality School

Many people among the religious and scholarly communities mourned the passing of scholar Marcus Borg. Known for research and writings on the historical figure of Jesus, Professor Borg helped many believers.

Category: Religion

Last year, Charlie Rose was fired as a co-anchor on “CBS This Morning” after eight women accused him of sexual harassment. He issued an apology, stating, “I deeply apologize for my inappropriate behavio ...

Category: Morality

Most colleges have a formal method for revoking or rescinding an earned degree. It’s rare that a college will revoke a degree, but it happens. The University of Tokyo rescinded a doctorate degree of a Turkish natio ...

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In 2000, the Youth Financial Literacy Day was announced. Four years later, the U.S. Senate officially recognized April as Financial Literacy Month. Although it’s mostly banks and other financial institutions that p ...

Category: Holidays and Observances

Many Americans use their smartphones for games and leisure, never taking advantage of the apps that are available for personal growth and development. Instead of staring at Facebook (or some other social media site) for ...

Category: Religion Spirituality

The United States has so much religious heritage that is preserved in seminaries and museums. If you can’t get to one of these spots, check your local religious university for exhibits within its walls that will he ...

Category: Religion Christianity Judaism

Seton Hall University in New Jersey was named in Elizabeth Ann Seton’s honor. She has quite a few Roman Catholic churches named for her. The Elizabeth Seton High School in Maryland holds her name. The largest Catho ...

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According to stopbullying.gov, bullying is defined as "unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance." It's estimated that about 20 percent of all students are ...

Category: Aid Equal Rights Morality

If you're looking for some books to keep your children engaged over the summer, give them ones that help them understand other religions and cultures. Here are a few for teenagers, aged 13 and up, that have received accl ...

Category: Health and Wellness Religion School