My only reluctance in writing about the quiet heroism of some is that I am perforce neglecting others.
After my first half-hour with Trevor Weston, I found myself wanting to take his class.
“You won’t believe what I just saw,” I shouted to my wife on my cell while heading home one evening last spring.
I’m truly excited by Drew’s ongoing development of a new strategic plan. I know, I know. “Strategic plan” is one of those concepts with all the excitement of counting dots on acoustical ceiling tile.
As a college student, my idea of study abroad was tourism with a little studying thrown in to justify the lark.
Walking into a Theo School faculty meeting often feels like being in a winning team’s locker room at halftime. It is evidence of the character of our great dean, Maxine Beach, who is retiring this spring.
If you’re not here in the Forest day in and day out, it can be all too easy to perceive undergraduates as an indistinct mass, here for a relatively short time and defined only by a set of canned generational traits and attitudes popularized by the media. We have a remedy for that, and it’s [...]