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The Competitive Edge of Uniqueness

By Rahul Desai March 22, 2016

American society is typified by its theoretical commitments to capitalism and, therefore, to competition. From an early age, American children are pushed to play sports like football and tennis — that...

SHETTY & TRIVEDI: The Lasting Value of Peers in Education

SHETTY & TRIVEDI: The Lasting Value of Peers in Education

By Rohan Shetty and Naman Trivedi December 8, 2015

Professor Steenhuisen was just the sort of sweet, grizzled presence that I needed to ease into university life. She posed questions to students with immense tenderness, smiling at every response as if...

GRAY: Learn to See Peers as Gifts to Be Valued

By Fr. Howard Gray, S.J. September 16, 2013

Recently, I heard a fellow Jesuit give a homily about the gift we are meant to be to one another. His words confirmed a reality I have come to cherish in my own life: Throughout our ordinary days, we are...

Valuing Your Degree

By The Editorial Board May 15, 2013

Many factors contribute to the value of a degree: whether it is a bachelor’s or an associate, the major it signifies, the prestige of the university by which it was awarded and so on. However, the determinant...

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