Monthly Archives: March 2012

LA Hump Day Links: March 28, 2012

Just in time for deadline, we present: the Liberal Artist Hump Day Links. Enjoy. “Are Privatized Public Libraries so Bad?” by Amanda Erickson in The Atlantic Cities. Around the country, libraries are cutting hours or closing branches. Is privatization the answer … Continue reading

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Liberal Arts As The Soul Of Higher Education

On what turned out to be a beautiful spring evening in Washington, D.C., my husband and I made our way through downtown to the fabled National Press Building and up the elevators. From the13th floor, we looked down on the … Continue reading

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LA Hump Day Links: March 21, 2012

Forgive us now, as many of the links come from The New York Times. We strive every week to find a diverse set of writing from a wide array of sources, but this week, the NYT simply had too much … Continue reading

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LA Hump Day Links: March 14, 2012

We were so busy celebrating hump day and Pi Day, that this post is about eight and half hours late for our usual Wednesday links. Forgive us, and then check out some great links from around the web: “Why I … Continue reading

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Direct Your Dabbling: You May Be A “Renaissance Soul”

One of the main reasons I chose to attend Butler University was because the school offered a program called “exploratory studies.” Sure, the campus was beautiful, it was close to home but not too close, the basketball team was decent. … Continue reading

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