Cardinal Chronicle

Lebanon and Lethargy

Jad Saleh, Special Contributor

February 19, 2016

Having parents from different hemispheres of the globe, I have done my fair share of traveling and seen both developed and underdeveloped countries plagued by the misfortune of an authoritarian government that has little concern...

We must protect Earth’s resources

Patrick Quinn, Special Contributor

February 19, 2016

Social justice is a very important thing to consider when talking about land rights. There are seven pillars of social justice, but the two I am going to talk about are “Care for God’s Creation” and “Rights and Responsibilities.” According...

Strait starts “Conversations” over new sound

Jhett Greiner, Reporter

November 30, 2015

George Strait is the king of country music. Earlier in 2015, he finished what he said would be his last tour. Country music fans began to remember his career and what all he has done for the genre of country music. George released...

ACL Rocks!

Fiona Weatherly

November 2, 2015

This past weekend I attended Austin City Limits, a three day music festival, featuring popular artists of all genres. This was a once in a lifetime experience to see all of my favorite bands and artists  for a great value. I had a wonderful  time and loved every second of it. ...

Blake Shelton heats up the summer

Natally Chavarria, Reporter

January 8, 2015

Summer of 2014 was the year of incredible fun. It was about hanging out with friends, getting a bite to eat and enjoying a summer concert in the warm summer night.  If you didn’t go to Blake Shelton’s concert in June to start...

Green’s novel captivating and emotional

Fiona Weatherly, Reporter

January 8, 2015

For those who enjoyed “The Fault in Our Stars” frenzy, “Looking For Alaska” by John Green is a captivating novel that draws the reader in and attaches itself to your heart. I can see myself as different characters in this...

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