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UT Arlington Offers New Medical Humanities Course

The University of Texas at Arlington will offer an interdisciplinary medical humanities class, HUMA 3340 (for undergraduate and degreed undergraduate students) and (HUMA 5392, for graduate students), that will be housed in the Department of Philosophy and Humanities in the College of Liberal Arts.  452 more words

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Paul R. Williams, EdD

Title: Assistant Professor
Company: Cleveland State University
Location: Beachwood, Ohio, United States

Paul R. Williams, EdD, Assistant Professor at Cleveland State University, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in education management.

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Jordan Peterson

Jordan Peterson is a Canadian professor of Psychology and international best-selling author,  who has recently come to international attention due to statements that he has made in regards to feminism, identity politics, and issues around political correctness. 308 more words


Towson University student and faculty members run for office

By: Mary-Ellen Davis, News Editor; Bailey Hendricks, Senior Editor; and Keri Luise, Staff Writer

Several Towson University students and faculty members are running for Baltimore County Council, the House of Representatives, and the United States Senate. 1,509 more words


John Gardner | On Becoming a Novelist | #25

“O the ultimate evil in the temporal world is deeper than any specific evil, such as hatred, or suffering, or death! The ultimate evil is that Time is perpetual perishing, and being actual involves elimination. 194 more words


The Female College Youth- A Micro Poem

I went to college in the 90’s when most women still went to college to find a husband. I was in the minority, raised by a widowed mom, and who felt an education was one thing no one could take from you. 197 more words


Julian Schmoke Jr.

Julian Schmoke Jr. was recently appointed by Betsy DeVos to head the Education Department’s Student Aid Enforcement unit. This move generated some controversy due to his ties to DeVry University, which he would now be policing. 188 more words