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Thanksgiving from an African Perspective

Dan Darko, associate professor of biblical studies, offers a unique view of the Thanksgiving holiday.

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Beyond Narnia: The Staying Power of C.S. Lewis

Honoring the 50th anniversary of C.S. Lewis's death, David Aiken, professor of philosophy, reminds us why the writer was so important.

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For Curiosity’s Sake

Sure, library cafes are great, but what of the missed moments for curious wanderers, asks Damon DiMauro, professor of Italian and French.

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When Religion ‘Gets’ Art

What would happen to the arts in our country if the Church began investing in them, challenges Jeffrey S. Miller, professor of theatre arts.

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Expecting Life’s Extras When Expecting

Assistant Professor of History and English Agnes Howard raises important questions about public perceptions of bearing children.

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Strange Fruit: Lives in the Service of American Debt

Reflecting on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, Ivy George, professor of sociology, addresses the disparities and struggles we still must face.

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Lean In? Lean Out? What’s a Girl to Do?

Given the renewed conversation about women's roles in our culture, Lauren Swayne Barthold, associate professor of philosophy, helps us navigate the discussion.

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Spring, Swings and Other Important Things

Spring is an important time of year in academia, even more so this year in light of the Boston Marathon bombing, writes Jerry Logan, academic programs coordinator.

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Your Brain . . . On MOOCS

As the online education debate fires up, Bryan C. Auday, professor of psychology, offers some caution.

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Good Friday Faith

Bruce Herman, Lothlórien Distinguished Chair in the Fine Arts on "Good Faith Friday."

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Strangers and Evangelicals: Forging a Path for America’s Immigrants

As discussions on immigration reform take place, Ruth Melkonian-Hoover, associate professor of political science, explores evangelical contributions to the issue.

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Papal Exits and Vocational Hazards

Tal Howard, professor of history, writes on the Pope's resignation.

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Compromise and The Purest Man In America: Lincoln

In time for President's Day and the Academy Awards, Rini Cobbey, associate professor of communication arts, discusses Steven Spielberg's film, "Lincoln."

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Please Don’t Be My Valentine: The Power of Rejection

Psychology professor Jonathan Gerber helps put rejection in perspective.

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Music for The Coming Year

Three music professors guide our listening through the new year.

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