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Two Steel Magnolias

Today’s post isn’t an homage to one of my all-time favorite movies; rather, it is an interesting side story that I might try to work on once I finish Emmett’s biography. 549 more words

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Gratias Ago Tibi, Fr. Brock

The excellent Angela the Archivist over at Stetson has this to share with us today:

I had mentioned to Angela that I suspected Emmett’s diploma was in Latin, but because I didn’t have anything on hand from 1904 (when he graduated), I wasn’t sure. 531 more words

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Contemplation and academia

Values Day address (video) by Vincent Pizzuto, given at Stetson University (Florida) on September 16, 2014. This talk is concerned with the place and relevance of contemplation in the academic environment. 163 more words

Stetson cycles into the sunset

All photos by Sarah Dean

In an unassuming shed beside the Stetson commuter parking lot lies the heart of an organization that is making the school’s future a little bit greener. 864 more words

The Class Prophet

A few days ago, I was reading through archived copies of Stetson University’s student newspaper, the Stetson Weekly Collegiate, and I noticed that in some of the issues printed either before or right after graduation, some of those papers printed the graduating class’ ‘Prophecy.’ 705 more words

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Right hand, wrong hand?

Study predicting lefties lead shorter lives questioned by scientists and Stetsonites

The difficulties of left-handedness are still a large part of the lives of many people, which, according to a new study, may be cut shorter than their right-handed counterparts simply because of their dominant hand. 673 more words