Monthly Archives: May 2012

The Bad-tasting Goulash of a National Holiday

Let me begin with a personal note—I am the uncle of career service personnel and the son of a man who carried the emotional wounds of war all his life.  I have friends who bear still the wounds of Viet … Continue reading

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What a University Community Needs to Learn from a Kindergarten Teacher

Earlier this spring the administration of Vanderbilt University enforced a policy long held but not articulated.  It stated that any student interested in joining a campus-affiliated group must be allowed to do so and be given a shot at leadership. … Continue reading

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