Groundbreaking Research Upholds Common Consensus, Shakespeare Truly One of the Best

In groundbreaking work, Senior Ashley Pasely claims that Shakespeare may have been one of the English Language’s “most important authors.” Citing heretofore little known studies, using statistical data from surveys, and her own finely developed “intuition for good writing,” Tennessee college graduate claims Shakespeare to be “a writer of important things which are both deep … Continue reading Groundbreaking Research Upholds Common Consensus, Shakespeare Truly One of the Best

A Word on Hope: Vocation in Light of the Baltimore Riots, Part I of III

Day Laborers by Steve Houston. The riots in Baltimore are about race, equality, and economics, but ultimately, the problem goes deeper than civil or social reform. There is a crisis of hope, and the human person can only truly flourish in the context of hope. While civil and social reform aim at the protection of human dignity, such … Continue reading A Word on Hope: Vocation in Light of the Baltimore Riots, Part I of III

New College Jam

We held an informal Arithmetic class at a students home last night. Not only was it a lovely place to watch a movie and talk shop, but it was also a great chance to get to know the freshman a bit better. It is easy to forget how significant a little hospitality can be. An added surprise … Continue reading New College Jam

Bearing Fruit

There was recently some disagreement between different parties at the college. In my catastrophic thinking, this spelled the doom for our little community. To my delight, I found a number of students who had taken it upon themselves to pray. Seeing them reminded me of God’s sovereignty, and showed me that through His power He had … Continue reading Bearing Fruit