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Liberal Arts

♡♡♡ Liberal Arts, is a unique mix of love and growing into your own skin. Jesse lives with his head buried in books- he is a well educated man who yearns for his days back in college. 154 more words

How music made me a better person.

Yesterday, my mom and I somehow got on the subject of my education. She mentioned that the only regret she had about me attending a magnet school from sixth grade up to my senior year, where music was such a large percentage of my learning, was that perhaps I was too devoted to music. 672 more words

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Queen Margaret I, Preparatory Anxiety & Montaigne's Cicero

The sun has been shining, which is not my favorite. My favorite kind of weather is high clouds and about 55 degrees, so there is no sunlight but plenty of ambient light and I can wear a hoodie but not feel cold. 589 more words

Writing

Thinking About Retention

I just read Rob Jenkins piece, “Retention in the Trenches,” in The Chronicle of Higher Education,

I remember the first time I left (was forced out of?) school; the first time school failed to retain me. 1,080 more words

In Defense of the Liberal Arts

By: Nicky Barone

My junior year, I wrote a piece detailing the importance of humanities education in schools. The humanities, as argued in the article, are a cornerstone of our society and are a necessary component of any quality education. 519 more words

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“Man Speaking to Men:” The Writing Center as an Arm to the Liberal Arts.

William Wordsworth defines a poet as “a man speaking to men… a man pleased with his own passions and volitions, and who rejoices more than other men in the spirit of life that is in him” ( 532 more words

College

Best. High school course. Ever.

Due to my husband’s job, we move around a lot. Like to West Africa and South America. So I thought it would be a good idea to get to know the International Baccalaureate (IB) Program. 415 more words

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