Monthly Archives: October 2010

“What I Was Meant to Do”

Steve Charles—After writer and filmmaker David Bezmozgis captivated listeners with passages from his upcoming novel The Free World, a student asked, “What was your inspiration for this?” The answer he offered made me realize why more students— not only aspiring … Continue reading

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Under a Shady Tree

I wandered around campus today attempting to find something “new” to photograph in the splendid Fall color we’re experiencing right now (see here). However I was feeling rather uninspired. I have a particular route I tend to follow when I … Continue reading

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Gentlemen of Note

Last Saturday morning at about 10:30, an EMS truck came screaming down Wabash Avenue. At that time, several hundred people were participating in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk, including a large number of cancer survivors. The sirens and … Continue reading

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Immigration Has a Face

Jim Amidon — I had just come out of a meeting Thursday morning and was frantically trying to respond to about two-dozen emails that arrived in the hour I was away from my desk. At about 9:35, Wabash English Professor … Continue reading

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