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UMUC Graduation

“I’m on top of the world right now.” And rightfully so! Over one-thousand students from University of Maryland University College celebrated their graduation from various courses in Kaiserslautern, Germany along with former Airman, Mr. Jeremiah Wilson. “This is just under marrying my wife and having two children. This is a big day for me, this…

By Stanley Isaacs November 10, 2019 0

TAMUCC College of Science and Engineering Renaming Ceremony 2012

{rtf1ansiansicpg1252cocoartf1038cocoasubrtf360 {fonttblf0fromanfcharset0 TimesNewRomanPSMT;} {colortbl;red255green255blue255;} margl1440margr1440vieww9000viewh8400viewkind0 deftab720 pardpardeftab720ri720sl480slmult1 f0fs24 cf0 Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi marked a new era in research and academic innovation on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012 with a renaming ceremony for the College of Science and Engineering, formerly the College of Science and Technology. The new name recognizes the integration of technologies and programs…

By Stanley Isaacs November 6, 2019 1

The World’s First University?

One of the most striking things about ancient Athenian life, is the availability of lectures and talks on Philosophy even to quite ordinary people. One particular site in Athens, Aristotle’s Lyceum gives us the opportunity to visit an ancient university where not only did specialist students study but we know that ordinary Athenians were invited…

By Stanley Isaacs November 6, 2019 7

Haunted literature at Harvard

AMANDA GORMAN>>Forget what they told you. The house was red that fall. Not blue. I know because when it was all over, the panes matched my rainboots. STUTI TELIDEVRA>>We snuck in one afternoon, because nighttime was a step too far. Inside, though, the house was shrouded in midnight’s darkness. EMILY GORDON>>We walked into the first…

By Stanley Isaacs November 5, 2019 0