A look at electronic note taking

February 20, 2012

Reading Time: 2 minutes The anticipation of pulling out a laptop, getting every word down the teacher says, is too often squelched by a teacher’s strict rules stopping a student in their tracks with the words “No electronics allowed in this classroom.”   But, can they do that? Electronics allowed in one class, but not the next. What’s a […]

Guest writer Sharece Willcoxon on modern emotional expression

January 29, 2012

Reading Time: 4 minutes The dignity within emotion By Sharece Willcoxon   Without strong empirical evidence, you’re not going to be able to convince anybody respectable of anything.   It’s a bold statement, sure, but it rings true. In the academic community, there’s no room for anything except for carefully composed arguments that only reference fact. And it makes […]