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Rocinante Has Nothing on This Wooden Horse

This week, as in most weeks, I saw at least two or three situations where some sort of observation from or application of the week’s Great Books readings were… 752 more words


Lent (Day 40) -- we made it...

I did finish Breslin’s book, and I do appreciate his desire to not let the authorities and their short-sighted attempts to keep the whole sex abuse matter quiet for their own political reasons be the final word.   741 more words

Lenten Obsesrvance

Poem: Why Don't You Talk?

Why Won’t You Talk

Why won’t you talk?
About the things that you feel
Yes it’s you and me
We share a common history

What can I do? 188 more words

Jimmie A. Kepler

If You Want To Feel Safe On The Internet, You're Doing It Wrong

Recently Lena Dunham’s alma matter, Oberlin College, published a guide for its professors on how to correctly use trigger warnings while teaching so that none of their students would be… 491 more words

Purdue Teacher Recruitment Day April 29

Jobs fairs are fantastic for college students because it provides them the opportunity to network with employers.  However, many job fairs do not bring in school corporation recruiters for students looking to become teachers.   138 more words

The College Trip

Last Saturday was a glorious spring day as we drove south and eastward toward Gettysburg, site of the monumental Civil War battlefield. At Gettysburg, the Army of the South, under Gen. 285 more words

Poem: We Never Lived in the Now

We Never Lived In the Now

Your face shows your age,
though your countenance is still glowing.
Your age says grown-up,
but you’ve never decided where you’re going. 109 more words

Jimmie A. Kepler