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Faith on the Edge of a Cliff – Thoughts of a Wyoming Catholic College Student – Episode 3

Last month in my blog series on my journey to Wyoming Catholic College, I explained the purpose and benefit of a Great Books curriculum. This month, I offer a reflection on WCC’s outdoor program—one of the school’s most distinctive and … Continue reading

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One last story about spelling tests

One baby boomer afternoon when my best friend and I were in fourth grade—she in the local public school and I in the parish Catholic school—she showed me her weekly spelling test. It had a shiny metallic-looking star and a … Continue reading

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Should You Go For an MFA?

Something about cap and gown season always makes me think about going back to school. Going to graduate school can be a wonderful experience. I earned a masters degree in theology several years ago, attending school part-time while working full-time, … Continue reading

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