Hey, do you have a minute? No really, just five minutes. It’ll only take ten minutes to read this article. Maybe twenty, if you’re a slow reader, but that wouldn’t be my fault. You can stop reading at any time, … Continue reading No, I Don’t Want to Take Your Survey
This column was written by Dr. Chris Campolo, a philosophy professor at Hendrix Many people, from across great political, social, religious, and cultural divides, seem to think that we live in dark times. Descriptions of the darkness vary greatly. But … Continue reading The Importance of Liberal Arts Education, and the Darkness of Our Times
We are not Millennials. Probably. We get called Millennials, but we’re more likely Generation Z, which sounds like the last generation before the end of the world. Generational categories are hard to deny—as a group, we have a fundamentally different … Continue reading Modern Loving: Us
In February, I saw a video on Twitter in which Rose McGowan, actress and accuser of Harvey Weinstein, has a shouting match with Andi Weir*, a trans woman and activist, at a promotional event for McGowan’s book Brave. Weir … Continue reading #MeToo?
Like most college campuses, Hendrix is blessed with numerous study spaces, but not all study spaces are created equal. With so many choices, the quest for the best possible spot may seem overwhelming, but this is a quest that must … Continue reading Seeking superior study spaces