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“He took utmost care and heed for his study. Not one word spoke he more than was necessary; And that was said with due formality and dignity And short and lively, and full of high morality. Filled with moral virtue was his speech; And gladly would he learn and gladly teach.” Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales

Are Participation Trophies Replacing Coaches?

coachOur President Dr. Thierfelder weighs in on the recent debate about participation trophies started by James Harrison, a Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker.

“The problem with the participation trophy is that it is replacing what a coach ought to be doing–motivating players to perform at their best.The key is understanding

The Useful Uselessness of the Liberal Arts

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Many schools today call themselves liberal arts colleges, and if one refers to the liberal arts in conversation, people generally seem to understand what one means. In fact, everyone seems to use the term so confidently and easily, one usually just assumes

Time and Anew: Another Academic Year

 timeand-anewby Dr. David Williams, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty

When someone says that they don’t have

A Judge’s Reversal and Catholic Health Care Ethics

caseyGrattan Brown, S.T.D.

In the sad story of Casey Kasem’s final days, Judge Daniel Murphy was right to require doctors to feed Kasem and right to reverse that decision a few days later.

 

I remember Casey Kasem’s voice so well. Just that memory made it sad

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