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This time of year seems to bring with it the drive to operate at an unsustainably fast pace. With year-ends, gift buying and holiday parties it is hard to take time to pause, reflect and enjoy the moment. Webster defines … Continue reading
Each fall on the hill brings about new learning, beautiful sceneries, football and signs of winter. Every four years there is a slightly heightened energy on campus as we engage political discussions and prepare for changes in our nation. This … Continue reading
Self described Optimist, Simon Sinek, states that “Leadership requires two things: a vision of the world that does not yet exist and the ability to communicate it.” This spring as I watched the 2016 graduates walk across the stage into … Continue reading
The spring semester on the hill is always a time of looking back and reflecting on the accomplishments of our seniors with excitement. But is also allows us to look forward with anticipation of the many things our students, soon … Continue reading
The holiday season is often one in which we take time to pause and reflect on the joys and challenges of the past year. As our world is focusing on so many narratives with difficult social, political, religious and economic … Continue reading
One of my favorite moments of the past year was driving down Troost and seeing the tulips that were planted to signify community involvement and commitment to developing and making their space better. I am sure it is a partly … Continue reading
Throughout the writings of Augustine he argues that we are story-shaped people, stretched between what we should be and will be. As the graduating class of 2015 steps away from being taught into doing what they have been taught Augustine’s … Continue reading