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Lessons from an unsuccessful reading diet

From the time I first learned to read, I always had my nose in a book. If I wasn’t reading, I was indulging in the magic of make-believe or pouring out my imaginative day-dreaming on paper. 890 more words

Block 632: April 16, 2015

I just got off the phone with an old “work friend” in New York. I called her company, wanting to buy some of her clothes. 633 more words


Blog: Finding the Liberation in 'Liberal Arts'

Now, more than ever, we live in a hyper-mechanized world.

Most of us wake up with alarm clocks on our smartphones, which allow us to do everything from make calls to tweet. 805 more words

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Gabelli Email Reveals Bitter Tension Amid Schools

By Kristen Santer

I am sure every Rose Hill and Lincoln Center student has now received an email from Gabelli that describes and advertises its Summer Business Intensive. 488 more words


3 Paths to an Art Degree

Want to help your artistic son or daughter find the best college fit? Two key decisions made early in the search process can lead to a simpler and less stressful college search. 343 more words


Church and Academy: Gordon Graham on the Kuyper Center Review, Volume 5

Abraham Kuyper (1837–1920) was professionally active and highly influential in an astonishing number of fields, including the academy and the church. The modern world, he thought, had the potential for both powerful antipathy and deep affinity between them. 871 more words

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