The History of Christmas

As snow falls and the semester winds down, the holidays quickly approach; specifically Christmas, the jolliest time of the year. This long-celebrated holiday is noted as the time Santa comes to town and for the celebration of the birth of Christ, but this is not how it has always been.

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Meet the 2017 Scribe Staff: Tristan Davis

  By Corey Boice Tristan Davis is a twenty-one-year-old Hilbert College student from Olean, New York, who lives in the residence halls and is in his junior year of college. He plans to graduate in May of 2019 with a major in criminal justice and a minor in psychology in hopes of achieving his all-time […]

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Coming up for Hilbert Horizons

Hilbert Horizons, the college’s literary magazine whose content is entirely student-generated with poems, short stories, drawings, and photographs, has already started hosting events to garner submissions, and the deadline is fast approaching.

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Agape Latte: Who Am I?

The Franciscan Spirit Club hosted the year’s first Agape Latte early last month. Jeff Papia opened with a talk about what Agape meant and how it is about selfless love and was brought up in thought about hearing from those who teach the students.

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