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From Lamoni to Chicago: The Honor’s Trip to Illinois

At the Chicago Symphony Orchestra

On Friday, September 19, Graceland students may have noticed a few people missing from their classes. Chances are, those students were on their way to Chicago, Illinois with others in the Graceland University honors program for their annual trip to the “Windy City”. Accompanied by Bob Mesle, honors program director, and Tom Morain, social sciences professor, about thirty-seven honors students ... Read More »

Pet Peeves While Flying

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Spring break is beginning this Friday and like most of you, I am going to be getting on a plane next to get to my exotic destination (home).  Over the years, I have had my fair share of plane rides, and I like to believe that I am someone who exhibits appropriate airport/airplane etiquette.  My trips have led to some ... Read More »

The 3 Questions I’m Tired of Having to Answer When I’m at Home on Break

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If you are traveling home for break this year like I am, then I’m sure you can relate to having to answer these questions. 1.) How is school going?  Short (and Polite) Answer: “It’s going very well! Thank you for asking.”  Long (and Painfully More Realistic) Answer: “It’s horrible.  This past semester I have been up to my eyeballs in ... Read More »

Katie Burnett Teaches English (and How to be Awesome)

English professor Katie Burnett sits near a castle

Wednesday morning, I sat down with the newest faculty member of the Humanities Department, English professor Katie Burnett, in the hopes of getting to know her better. Since it was our first time meeting, I started with the basics, asking about her education background.  She shared that she received her Bachelor’s degree and Ph.D. at University of Tennessee, Knoxville and ... Read More »

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