Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rivers and Roots

Last spring, I invited a campus architect to visit Monmouth College. His charge was to provide first impressions on where we might add housing as our student body grows toward 1,500.  As we walked down the hill from Wallace Hall … Continue reading

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Lessons from the “Greatest Generation”

Last week was the 65th anniversary of the ceremony that ended World War II. I read several compelling eyewitness accounts of Sept. 2, 1945, by aging veterans who are now among the last surviving observers of that historic event on … Continue reading

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