by Gavin McDowell Freelance Writer South Bend, IN—For many years now, the University of Stella Maris of northern Indiana has offered the popular course “Epic Poetry in the Western Tradition,” a core component of their acclaimed “World Literature in Translation” major. Despite its popularity, the course has its discontents. Freshman Rufus LeKing, in an assessment […]
Likely, the final hours of American College Personnel Association (ACPA) President Tom Jackson\’s term will be spent issuing pardons for a number of misguided conference delegates. ACPA held its annual convention this week in Boston, where over 3000 college student affairs professionals met to attend workshops and learn the latest trends in higher education. “What […]
by Con Chapman Freelance Writer CROTON-ON-HUDSON, New York. Caitlin Morgan has dreamed about attending Wellesley College, her mother’s alma mater, almost as long as she can remember. “Mom took me there when I was a little girl and I just fell in love with the place,” says the high school junior as she enters the […]
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