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If colleges can’t present issues that promote thought & dialogue, what’s the point?

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I found an old friend this past week. Thanks to Facebook, of course. “Finding” someone on Facebook is relatively easy to do, and therefore it’s a relatively common to hear about. On the surface, this might diminish some of the magic, at least in the telling of the story. It’s not like I hired a […]

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When I started this blog the first time, last summer, I saw it as a way to motivate myself to plow through the book I felt compelled to write. Because even though the book was “in me,” as writers like to say, writing it down wasn’t going to be as simple as just opening the […]

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