Xenophobia is the Word of the Year for Dictionary.com

Full Article Originally Posted on Blasting News How Xenophobia became Dictionary.com’s word of the year and what that means. Xenophobia is Dictionary.com‘s Word of the Year for 2016. According to Dictionary.com, the definition of Xenophobia is “fear or hatred of foreigners, people from different cultures, or strangers.” Due to prominent news stories such as the… Read More Xenophobia is the Word of the Year for Dictionary.com

“The Waste Land” by T.S. Eliot

Modernist literature is characterized by the rejection of 19th-century traditions, including their consensus between author and reader, and the conventions of realism and traditional meters in works of poetry and literature.  Applied in retrospect, Modernism is a general term that describes a wide-range of experimental trends in literature, and other arts, during the early 20th… Read More “The Waste Land” by T.S. Eliot

Liberal Arts Education Requires General Education

Sitting in a General Education course often seems to be a chore these days. As a student at a Liberal Arts college our education is designed specifically to be well-rounded, where we take classes in many different areas. Particularly, in the larger Gen-Ed’s there are many students who constantly complain about how they should not… Read More Liberal Arts Education Requires General Education