“The writing center is a place to talk through a piece of writing, be it for class, or a personal piece. Writing is a way of sharing one’s way of thinking and feeling, and at the writing center we encourage people to define their voice. We do not just edit papers and correct grammar mistakes we talk about themes and concepts and help people to state their ideas succinctly and uniquely. As one of the writing center mentors, I find that usually I help people most by talking about their ideas with them and setting up future steps for their writing. I want to encourage people to have confidence in their writing, because we each have a distinct voice to share.” ~Savanna Sklar
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Since the college’s inception, the Sterling Farm has been a prominent feature of the Sterling experience. Our diversified and ecologically focused farm is a part of life here at Sterling—through academic study, the work program, and day-to-day community interactions. Around 30% of the food eaten...
The Wendell Berry Farming Program will inspire the most comprehensive change in agricultural education since the advent of the land grant universities and one that addresses the failure of higher education to use nature as its measure in preparing the next generation of farmers.
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When discussing climate change and the increasing frequency of natural disasters, Georgiana Bostean, an assistant professor of environmental science, health and policy at Chapman University confirms, “The impacts are not borne equally by all populations.” During Hurricane Katrina, the worst damage was found in “predominantly...
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