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The Printed Book in Central Europe Conference

Blog written by PhD student Drew Thomas

The St Andrews Book Project in the School of History, along with the Centre for Austrian Studies at the University of Minnesota, hosted its annual conference this year from 29 June to 1 July. 621 more words


Keeping Your Employees Motivated

Keeping your employees motivated is an important component of your company’s culture. Their attitude can set the tone for your office dynamic and it is necessary for them to grow and enjoy their jobs. 434 more words

Business Tips

The Beloved Candy Dish

I’ve often wondered what stories the walls of Howarth Hall could tell…and as I thought about this post, I considered the view of the notorious candy dish that sits on the corner of the School of Education main entry way desk – yes, it’s still attached! 228 more words


Brass-Embellished Staff

­A tall pillar of dark wood, clad in shining brass. The diagonal beam topping it is home to several dangling charms and tokens – often used to enhance or facilitate the invocation of certain magics.


2017 End-of-Summer News

The August graduation, held on the 12th of the month, marked the end of summer school, and the start of the Fall semester is little over a week away. 180 more words


Flash Witnessing; by Dan Houston

I’ve spent the past 30 years primarily training linemen and others that do high voltage electrical work.  Typically, they aren’t the most expressive people, especially when it comes to talking about their inner feelings.  

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Weekly Scripture

Truly Natural Learning

Learning from the land and learning through one’s interactions with nature can feel idyllic for many city folks. At RDF schools, we feel truly blessed that children still have access to open land, farms, rich nature and her biodiversity! 208 more words