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A Visit to Bethel College

After a whirlwind tour of the three Notre Dame, Indiana campuses, we counselors climbed back on the bus and made our way to Bethel College… 434 more words

College Equestrian

Humans are Bundles of Habits

This week in the Great Books Project, in addition to breaking the 20,000-page barrier I referenced last time, we will also pass the 6,000-page mark in the Imaginative Literature category. 642 more words


The Value of Studying History

Why is it important to study history? Because our minds are hardwired to learn from the past. When we learn about history—whether through a book, a class, a documentary, a museum, or some other way (and in my opinion, the broader one’s knowledge of history, the better)—we are acquiring knowledge that we can build on and learn from in our own futures. 71 more words

Discoveries From Learning

Liberal Arts

When 30-something Jesse returns to his alma mater for a professor’s retirement party, he falls for Zibby, a college student, and is faced with a powerful attraction that springs up between them. 206 more words

Never Neverland

In J.M. Barrie’s story of Peter Pan, the Lost Boys are a clan of children living together in Neverland, unhindered and uninfluenced by the likes of adults. 314 more words

Si Tu Vois Ma Mère

The credits rolled up on “Midnight in Paris” with this lovely trumpet music. Shazam’ed it and I grabbed my Android to download it. To my delightful surprise, one of my favorite musicians, Ludovico Einaudi, has played it. 461 more words

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