Danielle Tumminio
Strike ends, new TV cravings begin

It’s true — I’m addicted to Desperate Housewives. I’ve never missed an episode; when I find myself in a moral dilemma, I ask, “What would […]

Memorials are a positive force after tragedy

4/17/07. When students from Virginia Tech struggled to make sense of the horror that struck their campus last week, they erected a banner on their […]

Rape satires have no place in newspapers

Apparently Connecticut taxpayers are now funding rape satires. No joke. John Petroski’s editorial, published Feb. 8 in The Reporter, Central Connecticut State University’s newspaper, tells […]

It’s time again for the Christmas depression

Let me establish this much: My Christmas depression — which encroaches shortly after Thanksgiving and recedes sometime between seven swans a-swimming and nine ladies dancing […]

Madonna’s Jesus act raises ruckus

The German government threatened to prosecute and imprison Madonna, while the Russian Orthodox Church, the Church of England, the Roman Catholic Church and the Evangelical […]

Middle ground won’t always help you

Tell me, John Danforth, what would Jesus do? In a panel discussion about the relationship between religion and politics held on Wednesday in Battell Chapel, […]

Fish provide interesting model for family

I am a 25-year-old single graduate student, which signifies two things: First, my debt exceeds my income — this is not particularly surprising, as I […]

At Yale, eclecticism rules religious scene

My closest friend from Yale is agnostic, bordering on atheist, so needless to say, we met in neither temple, church nor mosque. We made completely […]

After brush with stars, real life has more meaning

The red carpet’s vacuumed, new dresses designed, and that means that the Academy Award season encroaches upon the American public. As I watch preparations for […]