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Division of Students and Enrollment

Upon declaring a major, students receive faculty advisers in their own disciplines ... There are Sunday and daily Masses, hours for private and group consultation, seminars, study groups, holy day and ... read more

Approach Basket With Caution Vs. Holy Family’s Crews

PHILADELPHIS (CBS) — The nation’s leading shot blocker in all of Division II men’s basketball calls Northeast Philadelphia home these days. Holy Family University ... game just prior to the start of t... read more

TweetDeck and the Holy Grail – Twitter Acquisition Puts an End to That

Unfortunately, the acquisition by Twitter will put an end to TweetDeck’s ambition and we’ll have to wait for another startup to chase that Holy Grail. Here’s how this all played out and our guess at w... read more

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NBA Season Preview: 20 Things We're Hoping To See in 2010-2011

Be it the influx of young talent slowly but surely penetrating the league's pantheon of superstardom, the holy triumvirate down in Miami ... As he is a clear lock for 2010-2011's best dressed NBA pers... read more

Holy Toledo! Rams Head to Ohio to Cage Cougars

This was just days ... Holy Cross found out the hard way last Saturday. Like URI, CofC does not always finish tight games well. The ending of this next matchup may come down to which team really wants ... read more

An Open Letter to Cardinal O’Malley in regards to the Seminary Investigation

During his apostolic journey to the United States, our Holy Father Pope Francis exhorted you and all ... tragic experiences took place at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary from 2010–2011, and Saint John’s ... read more

HOLY DAY: Three major fests today

AHMEDABAD: In a rare occurrence, three major festivals Eid, Ganesh Chaturthi and Samvatsari will be celebrated on Saturday making it a day of celebrations across communities. After eight days of fasti... read more

Major religions celebrate holy days

On Dec. 31, the Muslim community will observe Eid Al-Adha, a day that marks the end of pilgrimages made by the faithful to Mecca in Saudi Arabia. Muslims go on major pilgrimages, or Hajj, to the holy ... read more

Atheists gather for a holiday they can believe in: Independence Day

The trouble with most major holidays in the United States, if you're an atheist, is that it's difficult to ignore the "holy day" etymology, what with Christmas (obvious), Easter (obvious) and Thanksgi... read more

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