By Brianna Gleghorn It all started in 2017. My parents left on a Christian pilgrimage with our church, Bridge of Hope, to Israel. A pilgrimage is
By Brian Brennan The Wick-Pollock Inn served both Youngstown College and the local community. It was a fashionable venue for business meetings and lunches,
By Mario Ricciardi There are two categories in life that I find difficult to look away from: the excessively beautiful and the excessively gruesome.
By Mario Ricciardi “Armageddon” — the movie where NASA sends Bruce Willis, Ben Affleck and a ragtag group of oil drillers into space to
By Brian Brennan She was a poet, a teacher and an administrator. She was a well-traveled intellectual, a respected lecturer and a published author. The students
By Mario Ricciardi I get it, there’s something inherently easier about making memes about Sandra Bullock with a blindfold on than a complex multidimensional