Monthly Archives: April 2011

Camilla Parker Bowles Teaches Latin

Want to brush up on your Latin before your trip to Latin America? Funny question, right? No one uses Latin anymore! But interestingly, we still use Latin expressions. For example, the abbreviations e.g. (exempli gratia) and i.e. (id est) are… Continue reading

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2010-2011 Winners of Grundy Haven Paper Competition

pictured from left to right: Thomas Rauch, Daniel Mills, Lindsay Kromel, Patrick Ritsko, Robert Lydick, and Daniel PollakThe six winners of the 2010-2011 Grundy Haven paper competition wrote on study breaks, weekends, late at night, and even while procrastinating… Continue reading

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YIKES! I got admitted, but I can’t go yet.

Some of you are coming in with a good problem to have: you’ve been accepted into graduate school. Excellent! But let’s suppose you need either an extension or a deferral.In the case of an extension, you’re trying to buy… Continue reading

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