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This year, for the first time in almost two decades as an English professor, I taught grammar. The experience energized me in ways I did not anticipate. 339 more words


An Attitude To Leave In 2017

Staff Writer: Orian Johnson

Happy New year to all of our readers, I hope everyone had a great time over the holidays! 2018 is here and it’s time to get back to work and start off strong with new mindsets for the future. 242 more words


The Fancy Chef: On the Subject of Science

An excerpt from a recent paper:

Incidental being is not an object of science because it is neither always and necessarily in the same condition, nor even for the most part so. 390 more words


My First Time Abroad

Studying abroad was something I always wanted to do, but never thought was possible during my undergraduate career. As a biochemistry major at a small school, I have many classes I need to take that are also limited in when they are offered. 568 more words


Letters From Vermont: Charles Walker Scholarship Recipient Charlie Pritchard

By Charlie Pritchard

A Small Hello From Middlebury

The concept of liberal arts education has only recently become something of a trend amongst British higher education institutions, having taken inspiration from American models, with currently 23 universities offering BA degrees in the subject. 474 more words

Memorial Library


Assistant professor of anthropology in UTA’s College of Liberal Arts, Dr. Ashley Lemke’s commitment to diversity in field school research at Way Ranch in San Marcos, Texas will be recognized by the Society for Historical Archaeology. 29 more words

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A Commencement Story, or There Are No Small Conversations

It had been a long Sunday and I was leaving the commencement exercises and walking to my car.  I heard a voice call “Dr. Lehfeldt.” The voice belonged to a student I had advised at least five years ago. 144 more words