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History in Song: "Alive with the Glory of Love" by Say Anything

An alternative rock song about the Holocaust? That probably sounds strange. And the result has been described as an “intense and oddly uplifting rocker about a relationship torn by the Holocaust.” (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) 725 more words


Oral History Interview

This “Oral History” interview was filmed a year ago at Corkscrew Wine Bar in Portland, Oregon.  It’s presented by the Oregon Wine Archives and Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon as part of a series on the Oregon wine industry.  VIEW here on YouTube.


Alabama Bicentennial Student Projects for 2018 – 2019

I’m proud to share that a fellow instructor and I were awarded an Honorable Mention by the Alabama Bicentennial Committee to conduct a project with my Creative Writing students and her Photography students during the 2018 – 2019 school year. 144 more words


The Road to Business Studies – Part 3

Having pitched a pitch of purest white, he returned from his Great Return, and fetched up upon the lake shore. Panting, he pulled papers from his pants. 369 more words


Washington DC Jazz Oral History Project, Chapter 15

“There is always lots of room for education, pr, and talking about the Howard Theatre and its importance, because it is the oldest major theatre for African American entertainment in the country, older than the Apollo by 25 years.” -–Roy “Chip” Ellis… 652 more words

Meet Elaine Ooley

Meet Elaine Ooley. Elaine has just taken part in our new Oral History: Collecting the Stories program where she shared a bit of her “history” with us. 321 more words


Student Museum Musings -Transcription Tales

By Adam A., Archives Assistant Student

Hello once more! It has been a little over a month since my last blog post, and I am now overdue to provide an update on my efforts. 343 more words