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Exploring the Meanings of the Great Wall of China Today

The concept of the Great Wall as a national symbol and the ideas based on or derived from it constitute a myth for Waldron. From a negative symbol to a national pride, the meanings of the Great Wall are very fluid. 805 more words

China

Exploring the Meanings of the Great Wall of China Today

The concept of the Great Wall as a national symbol and the ideas based on or derived from it constitute a myth for Waldron. From a negative symbol to a national pride, the meanings of the Great Wall are very fluid. 791 more words

Cultural Studies

Nepal Earthquake Relief - Thank You!

For a short while I called Nepal my home.

I joined the Peace Corps shortly after college and my 10 months in Nepal — a tenure cut regrettably short by the escalation of the country’s… 223 more words

Global Studies

My Project Week Trip to India

By Vincent Oganwu ’17

Editor’s Note: A key part of Morgan Park Academy’s global curriculum is a week of school-wide global explorations each March, which this year included a Project Week trip to India. 898 more words

Upper School

Tyler's Final Blog on Development Thoeries and Ownership

Throughout this blog Heather and I have analyzed, compared and contrasted music charts in 18 different countries and 5 continents. We chose to do this blog because of our love of music and our studying in the Recording Industry Program. 393 more words

Music

Lipitz Lecture: India, Pakistan, and Nuclear Weapons: Deterrence Stability in South Asia (5/7)

Humanities/Social Sciences Forum
Thursday, May 7 | 4:00 p.m.
Lipitz Lecture
Devin Hagerty, Professor of Political Science and Director, Global Studies, UMBC 
Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery  306 more words

CAHSS

My Project Week Trip to Hawaii

By Theo Covello ’18

Editor’s Note: A key part of Morgan Park Academy’s global curriculum is a week of school-wide global explorations each March, which this year included a Project Week trip to Hawaii. 396 more words

Upper School