For more years than I care to count, I’ve been writing about the benefits that accompany education.
Howling from the Heartland
There was nothing remarkable about the day. I had been sitting in one of the most boring classes that I ever attended in college, just watching the clock. It was Nov.
My father was one of 10 children; seven of them were in the armed services during World War II. The other three were too young, but they also joined up when they came of age.
There is a theory that memory is creative. According to Ruth Day of Duke University, this means that people can remember things that never happened.
I never thought that I’d find myself agreeing with James George Janos on anything.
On Monday, we officially celebrated Columbus Day.
Have you ever wondered why back-to-school season coincides with “flu season?” Part of the reason has to do with children moving from an environment where they spend a good deal of time in their own home or o