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The Value of a Liberal Arts Education in the Modern World | Quartz

If artificial intelligence (AI) is taking over many future jobs and professions, what kind of education should today’s students pursuit? Peter Marber offers a fascinating argument for liberal arts studies, in which students “learn how to learn.” In the process, he explores  130 more words


NFA 7v7 Nationals: QB Kevin Doyle thriving at new school, benefitting from 7v7

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Kevin Doyle, one of the top uncommitted quarterbacks in the Class of 2018, is spending Friday at Penn State, but he won’t be there for long. 464 more words


Adventures in Santa Fe

We have been having a blast in Santa Fe. It is such a cool city with really interesting people. We are staying in the Santa Fe National Forest, in a great campsite. 335 more words

Summer 2017

Colin Dexter, talks at the Crime Fiction Day on the theme of Inspector Morse.

An Oxford University day school offered two overviews – of detective fiction in general and of Oxford crime fiction in particular – as well as offering the opportunity of hearing celebrated crime writer Colin Dexter, (15 May 2012). 32 more words

Inspector Morse

Week 33: Day of Research and Cycling to Ely

I received an invitation from Matt Lemming to his house for a dinner party with several other Gates Scholars on Wednesday afternoon. Given time after work, I rode down to his house on the other side of town, where he had prepared a wholesome meal of curry. 1,108 more words

Gates Scholarship

Honored to Be Accepted

As a budding digital artist, there is a level of uncertainty as to whether or not other people think your work is worthy enough for exhibit. 423 more words


There are 15 black students at Cambridge. Here's why their photo went viral

That is a percentage well below Britain’s population — currently just over 3% of Britons are black. But it is a mismatch that is also common at elite institutions like Cambridge. 381 more words