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Humanics Torch Passed from Carol Mitchell to Marty Dobrow

Andrew Gutman
Features Editor

At 4 p.m. on Tuesday in the Fuller Arts Center a very special group of professors met. With their roses in their lapels, these past Distinguished Professors of Humanics gathered for another Springfield College tradition. 508 more words

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Yesterday I wrote about the amazing things our primary students have been working on for Earth Day. I wanted to share some of the ways our intermediate students have taken the idea of global awareness and caring to the next level: 419 more words


To Dream

To Dream 

On the 04 04 2014, in case you missed it, was the death of Martin Luther King, it’s one of those dates I never forget because of the messages he left our society, even if he was American. 2,155 more words

JW's Views On The Human Condition

Justice and the Band of Robbers

In the early nineteenth century, the United States was seeking to establish a reliable system of property ownership. This was particularly difficult, given that much land was still inhabited by native Indian tribes, and these tribes attempted to give land grants that often conflicted with grants given by the United States government. 610 more words

Civil Rights Adversity

Arguably one of the greatest inspirational and impactful leaders, Martin Luther King Jr, faced tremendous adversity. The efforts of this one individual created a path for change that affected a country and ultimately altered the world. 64 more words


“Never forget tgat everything Hitler did in Germany was legal.”

Martin Luther King Jr.