Trustees for Grant & Sherman College have ended their intensive strategic planning process by introducing a completely new institutional mission. According to the drafters, the statement reflects an honesty and reflectiveness ignored in prior versions. When we asked each dean and department head what inspired them in their practice, nine out of ten of the […]
by Schubert Lovenkraft Freelance Writer Colleges and universities across the country are increasingly emphasizing international study for undergraduates, citing the growing importance of cross-cultural communication skills for a globally interconnected 21st century. But at St. Constantine University, new President Angela Mollinari sees the need to prepare her students for more than just the foreseeable future. […]
by Matthew Javidi Calling it a harrowing portrait of the evil inherent in man, local college student Jacob Kosenko finally finished reading Cormac McCarthy’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel Blood Meridian, the book Kosenko lists as his “all-time favorite” on his OkCupid and Tinder profiles. Sources report that Kosenko first listed Blood Meridian, a 327-page book, as […]
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