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CLL Explores and Reinvigorates Preaching the Lectionary

The Center for Lifelong Learning (CLL) at Columbia Theological Seminary will offer Lectionary Studies: Lent/Easter B through Christmas C on January 20-23, 2015. Four morning seminars on worship and preaching the lectionary (RCL) will take a fresh look at the liturgical year. 329 more words

In The Campus Forum

A Bartlett Experiment

A perfectly shaped pear wrapped in golden foil speaks luxury, no? At least I am not in the bracket of people that choose to spend around $40 for a box of gourmet pears.  255 more words

Food And Drink

Man Arrested After Bomb Threat During Bartlett Standoff

Updated 10/02/14 – 12:35 p.m.

CHICAGO (STMW) – A man is in custody after barricading himself inside a business in northwest suburban Bartlett on Thursday morning. 144 more words


Composition Theory - 1979-1990: Berlin to Fulkerson

Writing from 1979, James Berlin identified the following ideological divergence in contemporary composition theory, “Rhetorical theories differ from each other in the way writer, reality, audience, and language are conceived–both as separate units and in the way the units relate to each other.” (766) [1] Ten years later, Richard Fulkerson is still puzzling out the problem, though he suggests that while in 1990 theorists are “closer to agreeing on where want to go,” they are not closer to agreeing on “how to get there” (411) [2]. 581 more words

Suburban Travels: Bartlett

Like so many towns and villages around the Chicago area, Bartlett owes its beginnings to the railroad. The village was named after Luther Bartlett who, in the 1870’s, donated a 40-acre parcel of land to the railroad. 372 more words


3 important songs

Assignment #3: Write for at least 15 minutes straight on the 3 most important songs in your life

(I just did this and managed to delete the whole thing when proofing!!) 703 more words


Henry Hartleroad

Henry Hartleroad
b. 10 March 1863, Peru, Miami County, Indiana, to Jacob and Hester Ann (Ginder) Hartleroad
d. 2 June 1955, Robinson, Crawford County, Illinois… 110 more words