Reading Lists from English Majors

My summer reading list is quite extensive (and it just keeps growing), but here is a sampling.

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Biochemistry, Polanyi, and Lewis: Encountering the Mystery of Human Life

“What do you want to communicate to the world?” “I want the world to know that science is beautiful.” Inspired by Dr. Jim Stephens’ question, Elisabeth Wynia chose the most ambitious topic of all: the mystery and beauty of life.

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Dr. Swinehart Takes Marine Biology to its Natural Habitat

With Dr. Swinehart’s recent Florida Keys Biology summer session, students had the opportunity to take care of their Biology core requirement in a way that everyone ought to find appealing: snorkeling and catching weird fish.

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Top 10 Questions You Should Be Asking During Your Internship

How can I make myself indispensable to this company this summer? Jump in! Listen, pay attention to details and ask as many questions as possible. Ask how to do tasks you don’t understand and work hard at the tasks you do understand. It’s important to show how eager and willing you are to learn and […]

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Summer Reading List – Dr. Daniel Coupland

Education professor Dr. Daniel Coupland gives us his summer reading list suggestions.

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Hillsdale Art Majors

Obtaining a degree in Art at Hillsdale is entirely unique, focusing on traditional styles of art work. One thing Art Majors do is make master copies of famous works. Students do their best to recreate the famous piece. When seniors graduate from Hillsdale with a degree in Art, they are required to have a senior art show to showcase their pieces from the last four years. I spoke with some of this year’s seniors to find out a little more about their artwork.

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Joe Torres – Michigan Open 2015

Today, sophomore Finance major Joe Torres will be playing in the third round Michigan’s oldest and most prestigious professional golf tournament, the Michigan Open.

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Hillsdale Reflections

Yesterday, I finished my last class at Hillsdale College: French 201. After the students left, I stood there for a moment trying to take in this really important event, and what should pop into my head but the Carol Burnett song: “I’m so glad we’ve had this time together / just to have a laugh or sing a song / seems we just get started and before you know it / comes the time we have to say so long.”

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