Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Trouble with Quotes on the Internet

by Kate van Liere. A few weeks ago a bumper sticker caught my eye on a pickup truck in a Best Buy parking lot. It read, “A government big enough to give you everything you want is a government big … Continue reading

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Did you know that Jonathan Edwards died from a small pox inoculation?

by Bob Schoone-Jongen. The great 18th century New England preacher and theologian passed on March 22, 1758. Today he is most remembered for his fire and brimstone sermon, “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God.” The high school history … Continue reading

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Student voices: Why take a history survey class?

by Coryn Mulder. This entry comes from Coryn Mulder, a senior nursing student in Professor Karin Maag’s spring online History 151 class, responding to a final exam question about the value of taking a core history class. Her response is … Continue reading

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