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Graduate emphasizes the importance of lifelong learning

Dr. Ruth Starr ‘00 was perusing the aisles of her local library when she was attracted to an Upper Iowa University (UIU) advertisement in a college catalog. 591 more words

Liberal Arts

“But what do you become after doing a liberal arts degree?”

You become

Indeed, you become

Worldly

You become

The most open-minded

Multi-faceted

And widely-read

Version of yourself

Critical

Reflective

Passionate

You care about things

That permeate the space around you… 149 more words

Literature's Power

“Literature adds to reality, it does not simply describe it. It irrigates the deserts that our lives have already become.” -C.S. Lewis

College of Liberal Arts

Julian Felipe Hall or the College of Liberal Arts, just a little background of the place, this building was named after the composer of the Lupang Hinirang. 57 more words

College computer science classes are packed and overflowing

“College computer science classes are packed and overflowing. The trend is nationwide and especially strong at Columbia, which last year saw a 30% increase in the number of computer science majors (over five years, the increase is 230%). 136 more words

Posts To Inspire You

Day 18: Faith

As I mentioned previously when I discussed this topic, I’m not about to shove beliefs down your throat. Trust me, I don’t like that either. But I cannot deny that having faith in my life gives me many things to be grateful for. 883 more words

Challenge

2016 FUSE Conference Addresses Literary Citizenship

Since 2012, Widener students have been attending and presenting at the Forum for Undergraduate Student Editors (FUSE) national conference. This year, students and advisors from fifteen schools from South Carolina to Pennsylvania to Michigan to California came to Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio to present on the conference theme of literary citizenship. 1,272 more words