Happy Fall! The first month of school has flown by, and we're excited to be moving into the second half of the first quarter of our year.
We hope that you've been enjoying our new blog series, "What we're reading..." in which we share news articles, blog posts, or other sites that have caught the eye and the attention of our faculty. Whether related to classical education or the myriad of other interests of our faculty, we hope that you might also find them interesting, intriguing or inspiring.
Have you read an interesting article, blog post or website lately? We would love to check it out as well! Please share in the comments section or email us any time.
- What Mathematics Can Teach Us About Literature- Adam Andrews, The Center for Lit
- James Matthew Wilson on Truth, Beauty, & Goodness- Daniel Rattelle, The Imaginative Conservative
- People Have Always Whinged About Young Adults. Here's Proof - Amanda Ruggeri, BBC Capital
- Why Kids Should Play With Wild Animals - Annie Holmquist, The Imaginative Conservative
- A Sense of Enlightenment - Michael Taube, The Claremont Review of Books
- Reclaiming a Father's Presence at Home - John A. Cuddeback, Institute for Family Studies
- Kids, Go Catch a Raccoon - Ben James, The Atlantic