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Why Ivy Leagues have been Producing World Leaders? : Flexibilty of Liberal Education

Why Ivy leagues are so famous?

Ivy leagues are so famous around the not only in America but all around the world. They are producing leaders in many walks of life. 606 more words

Difference Between American And British Education Sytem

The Liberal Arts—Present, Past, and Future

by Will Katerberg.

The liberal arts and their fate are a central issue in higher education today.

Pundits and politicians, and some parents, students, and… 1,128 more words


‘Skies are White/Clouds are Blue’ at UIU

Upper Iowa University will welcome an Iowa City artist to its Fayette campus on Thursday, Feb. 18. A professor of the University of Iowa’s printmaking program, Anita Jung will open “Skies are White/Clouds are Blue” at Bing-Davis Memorial Gallery with a reception from 3:30 – 5 p.m. 249 more words

Liberal Arts

Spaces and Art works

The Scream: Edvard Munch

This is a painting that has always fascinated me to a large extent. Its simplicity overwhelms me and I’ve always looked at it in terms of how much it expresses. 365 more words


The Indelible Impact of Media

Bloodline’s Walking Mangroves

Is it possible that one could be so hungry for nature that they’d unwittingly sacrifice themselves unto it? I’ll say its a strong possibility and that people do it more often than we realize. 475 more words


Let's hear it for the Humanities!

Love your humanities major?  Here’s a chance to shout it from the rooftops and win a prize in the process.  4Humanities, a non-profit collective of digital humanities scholars and practitioners in the U.S., Canada, the UK, and Australia is sponsoring a student contest, … 78 more words

Liberal Arts

The Rundown, 02/08/2016

Here’s where moderate conservatism stands today:

Lloyd Green has reviewed Elaine Kamarck’s book about presidential primaries. Kamarck, writes Green, demonstrates that securing a nomination within the modern primary system depends on a candidate’s willingness to compete in the early states of Iowa and New Hampshire. 487 more words