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Pace Offers Philosophy and Religious Studies Courses for Spring 2015

KAITLYN SZILAGYI, Health Editor
November 19, 2014 • 908 views
Filed under A Universal University, Feature

While not often a part of an individual’s required curriculum, philosophy and religion are universal topics that can impact one’s life and overall well-being, while helping them complete some Areas of Knowledge. Pace’s Philosophy & Religious Studies Department is offering numerous option...

What We Are All Searching For: Hinduism’s Perspective

KAITLYN SZILAGYI, Health and Beauty Editor
October 8, 2014 • 774 views
Filed under A Universal University, Health & Beauty

Religion seeks to provide answers for what we experience throughout our lives, to explain the existence of all there is, and provide a method of encountering the absolute. Hinduism offers an explanation for what human beings seek or hope to gain from life as well as what it is that keeps people from...

A Universal University: Is Yoga a Religion?

Kaitlyn Szilagyi, Columnist
May 8, 2014 • 1,450 views
Filed under A Universal University, Opinion

Just over a year ago, Huffington Post writer, Philip Goldberg, published an article regarding a lawsuit filed in San Diego, California, which “…was filed by parents, backed by a conservative Christian organization, who claim that yoga instruction in public schools violates California law because ...

Hindu’s Holi: The Festival Of Colors

Hindu’s Holi: The Festival Of Colors

Katie Szilagyi, Columnist
April 25, 2014 • 975 views
Filed under A Universal University, Columns, Opinion

As I was pacing across Shirley Beth’s Way on Thursday evening, I found scatterings of colored powder upon the bricks and concrete, stretching onto the grass of Miller Lawn, like a Jackson Pollock painting. I suddenly remembered DHOSA (Desi Heritage of South Asia) had hosted its second annual Holi festival...

A Universal University

A Universal University

Katie Szilagyi, Columnist
April 9, 2014 • 905 views
Filed under A Universal University, Columns, Opinion

Throughout history, people have written about the effect that higher education has on one’s religious affiliation and sentiment. Some Pace students feel that they can contribute to the texts while others remain largely unaffected. “Before college, I didn’t really go to church,” freshman global...

A Universal University

A Universal University

Katie Szilagyi, Columnist
March 12, 2014 • 889 views
Filed under A Universal University, Opinion

Christianity is “the most widespread [religion] and has the largest number of adherents”, according to novelist Hutson Smith, writer of The World’s Religions. Being that the purpose of my column is to bridge the gap between cultures and belief system at Pace, I feel that it is most appropriate to exa...

Spiritual or Religious

Spiritual or Religious

Katie Szilagyi, Columnist
February 28, 2014 • 925 views
Filed under A Universal University, Columns, Opinion

“Spiritual but not religious people are especially prevalent in the younger population in the United States,” Alan Miller of CNN’s Belief Blog said. Seeing as this seems to be the case, I decided to investigate what the difference between being spiritual or religious is. According to Miriam...