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The Capstone
Tim Muldoon Jun 25, 2015
Colleen Flaherty of Inside Higher Ed recently interviewed Tim Clydesdale, professor of sociology at the College of New Jersey and author of the 2007 book The First Year Out: Understanding American Tee...
Tim Muldoon Jun 16, 2015
In the 1970s, while browsing in a Harvard Square bookstore, I found a thin volume with the intriguing title Guide for the Perplexed, a title similar to the title of the famous text of the medieval Jew...
Tim Muldoon Jun 10, 2015
In 1848 an Oxford don named Charles Daman, a close friend of John Henry Newman in their Oriel College days, penned a guide to aspiring students at Oxford. Titled Ten letters introductory to college re...
Tim Muldoon Jun 04, 2015
I wonder what good a $400 million gift for an engineering school might have done. Perhaps it might have helped found a school of engineering at a new university in East Africa to help lift a populatio...
Tim Muldoon Jun 01, 2015
Amidst the eros for metrics in higher education, it is easy to lose focus on what is at heart an act of faith on the part of the teacher: expending much energy and effort to try to reach the soul of t...
The Capstone
Tim Muldoon May 19, 2015
From John Henry Newman:The mind ranges to and fro, and spreads out and advances forward with a quickness which has become a proverb, and a subtlety and versatility which baffle investigation. It passe...
Tim Muldoon May 07, 2015
Sister Amata Miller, I.H.M. is a professor of economics, director of the Myser Initiative on Catholic Identity, and holds the Archbishop Harry Flynn Distinguished Chair in Catholic Identity at St. Cat...
The Capstone
Tim Muldoon May 04, 2015
Katarina Schuth, O.S.F., the Endowed Chair for the Social Scientific Study of Religion at the University of St. Thomas (MN), explores the impact of different cultures on the intellectual life of Catho...
Tim Muldoon Apr 30, 2015
In light of the situation that has unfolded in Baltimore in recent days, we who work in the contexts of Catholic colleges and universities must ask, once again, about how our work contributes to a mor...
Tim Muldoon Apr 24, 2015
Over at Commonweal, Jackson Lears, the Board of Governors Professor of History at Rutgers University, has written an insightful review of the book Excellent Sheep: The Miseducation of the American Eli...
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