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Into Hades and back: Dillard's 'Total Eclipse'

Those of us who love reading know the sense of exhilaration in coming across, for the first time, the work a writer who makes you feel, once again, the beauty of brilliance you were not fully aware of before. 954 more words

Essay

[Opinion] Was the HUD employee firing a glimpse of things to come for the HBCU community

Last week’s HBCU Fly-In saw the leaders of Historically Black Colleges and Universities meet with White House representatives in an attempt to develop a prosperous relationship for both parties.   376 more words

Education

One Night in the Weather

I am a traveler in the forest. Winding my way through the dark, through a light snow and through the trees toward the trail that will take me back to the road. 100 more words

Living Like Weasels by Annie Dillard

The intention of this piece is to convince readers to live “as meant to,” focus on their individual purposes (or goals), and never give up on whatever they feel they are meant to do. 1,953 more words

Human Nature

Dillard, St. John Housing Authority get HUD money


HUD money NEW ORLEANS (AP)(STLRealEstate.News) — HUD Money Dillard University in New Orleans and the Housing Authority of St. John the Baptist Parish are the Louisiana recipients of newly announced federal grants to help people find jobs and achieve economic independence. 34 more words

Dillard, St. John Housing Authority get HUD money

HUD money
NEW ORLEANS (AP)(STLRealEstate.News) — HUD Money – Dillard University in New Orleans and the Housing Authority of St. John the Baptist Parish are the Louisiana recipients of newly announced federal grants to help people find jobs and ach…
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In the Forest with a Living Ghost

Our headlamps and flashlights cut through the deep midnight blackness and illuminate stretches of woods in front of us. There was no moon that night, and underneath the cathedral-high canopy of loblolly pines the multitude of starry pinpricks offer no background light for us to work by, so our artificial lights were all we had to illuminate our surroundings. 2,540 more words

Nature