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May, 2017

February, 2017

May, 2016

  • 24 May

    Letter to the Editor: Captain Robert W. Boyce

    Editorial Board of the BFC, I take exception to saying Theology is archaic. I also agree that the teaching of Theology can take on modern formats and reflect the 21st Century teachings of the Catholic Church. This said and recognizing that Malvern is not a seminary I believe the student …

February, 2016

  • 28 February

    Letter to the Editor: A Light of Exposure

    Our January cover story “A Light of Exposure” explored how suicide impacts our community, and how we can help. It is critical to bring the topic of suicide to light. Many (if not all) young adults struggle with their coping skills and the pressures inferred from their surroundings as such they …

December, 2015

March, 2015

  • 26 March

    Letter to the Editor: Lit & Film cancellation is foul

    Lit & Film was “the most engaging class I ever took at Malvern.” Why does the NCAA have say over what we can learn? Dear Editors, I had the opportunity to read the February edition of The Black Friar Chronicle over spring break. In the article “NCAA Core Requirements limit …

March, 2013

February, 2013

  • 6 February

    Mr. Talbot responds to “Hype, Buzzwords, and Hope”

    Dear Editors: First, thank you for giving me the opportunity to speak with Dylan McParland for the “Blackfriar Chronicle” article on 21stcentury learning. Second, let me address Dylan’s claim that he could not elicit any comment on the soda situation.  When Dylan arrived at my office wearing a “I ♥ …

April, 2012

  • 20 April

    Powerful Words on the Day of Silence

    Six years ago I was sitting at my desk playing cards with some classmates during indoor recess. Two of my other classmates came up to me while we were playing and asked me, in between giggles, if I was straight. In fifth grade, everyone tried to trick each other by …

February, 2012

  • 7 February

    War on Religion: A Rebuttal

    Recently, while browsing my school’s online newsletter, I came across an article written by a fellow student about the media’s “War on Religion.” It was well written, very interesting, but I felt it only represented a small portion of what I view to be the reality of the situation. The …