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I am a god that lives among other gods. I am a god that walks among other gods. I am a god that doesn’t seeks greatness and praise from other gods. 455 more words


Everything Else is Wind

Readers of DP will know of our affection for the radically conservative (in the best sense of both words) St. John’s College, and the uncompromising commitment found there for the liberal arts, understood as the arts of freedom. 1,200 more words


A Visit to Averett University

Day Two of the 2015 Virginia private colleges tour came early (the second day always seems to do that!) and found us bound for Danville, VA, home of… 484 more words

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The Liberal Arts and Triangular Citizenship

This is a guest post by Jeffrey Scheuer, the author of two books on media and politics and a work in progress about critical thinking and liberal education. 761 more words


Jon Meacham apothegm @ Guilford College Bryan Series

Jon Meacham at the Guilford College Bryan Series last night:

I believe deeply in the power of the liberal arts to enable us not only to see the dots, but to connect them.

“It’s the End of the University as We Know It”

The following piece was published originally on the website of the AAUP chapter at the University of Akron. Although it addresses issues at their institution, none of those issues are specific to their institution alone. 1,848 more words


Mock Trial Team Kicks Off Season in North Carolina

By Becca Samelson

Students are dusting off their suits, working on Jersey accents, analyzing characters, and studying legal documents as mock trial season launches into full season. 564 more words

Liberal Arts