Religion on Campus

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By Danny DeBare ‘22 On my gap year in Ecuador, I spent Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year) in a church–I figured I could only get more “religious” from there during my first year here at Pomona. Religion was a very big part of my childhood. Going to Hebrew school twice a week for seven years, having a Bar Mitzvah, and participating in a Jewish youth group throughout high sch...
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General Conference

For those of you who don’t have a lot of contact with Mormons in your life, let me explain. General Conference occurs once every 6 months (the second of this year was last weekend), and my roommate describes it as a weekend when “really smart men talk about everything.” More specifically, Wikipedia defines it as, “a meeting for all members of the church for conducting ge...
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