As we all settle in for our long winter’s nap, writer Brody Truce designed a word cloud of our site to get a sense of our values. I was a little nervous about what we’d see, but I’m thrilled with the results. If you’re making resolutions or reflecting on why we all do what we do as educators, it’s a nice reminder of what’s at the heart of our work.
by Con Chapman Freelance Writer BOSTON, Mass. Charged by his bosses with drawing more viewers to Channel 2, the Boston public television outlet that gave birth to such favorites as Julia Child’s “The French Chef,” Jeremy Korg found himself with a case of producer’s block. “I would sit on the couch, channel-surfing back and forth […]
by Skye Kopfgeschlagen Freelance Writer After a miserable showing at Nationals, the men’s swim team at Harmony University decided to change tactics and start the first all-men’s synchronized swim team. “We come from the generation that refuses to accept failure,” said team captain Chad Snook. “We’re innovators and we saw a chance to win something!” […]
by Brody K. Truce Senior Staff Writer Emeritus When human resource director Latrina Kushman hired two openly gay employees last fall, college leaders were reportedly ecstatic. “There was a sense of excitement on campus that we hadn’t had in the past,” Kushman explained from her office in Weir Commons. “For as long as I’ve been […]
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