Dr. Toni Wall Jaudon Over break, I read Cal Newport’s Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World. While the book has its shortcomings, it offers some smart observations about how to guard one’s focus and attention from our … Continue reading What Do Professors Do Over Break?
If you’ve just turned eighteen or if you’re voting for the first time, voting can seem like a complicated process. The good news is that registering to vote is the hardest part. It can be confusing to get a hold … Continue reading First Time Voters: How to Vote, Where to Vote
This will be the first year the new social justice minor is offered to Hendrix students. According to the course catalog, the minor aims “to develop students’ capacities to be change agents for a wide range of social justice-related vocations, … Continue reading Hendrix introduces new minor
“I tell students to assume that they know someone who is undocumented,” said Dr. Anne J. Goldberg, professor of anthropology. She added, “It’s probably not who you expect.” It can be easy to assume that decisions made in Washington D.C. … Continue reading How will changes to DACA affect Hendrix Students?
When prospective students come to Hendrix they are told about all the ways our school is unique. We have a cat colony, personable cafeteria ladies and birthday cakes, a fountain for all your frolicking delights. But when all is said … Continue reading The Ins and Outs of Odyssey Funding