Thinking about Roark

A former student of Christopher Roark reflects on the impact the professor had on him.

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Growth via transformative experiences

The College of Arts & Sciences wants each student to have a life-changing internship or research experience.

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Maturing as a poet

Christopher Kempf ’07 explains how he has matured as a poet from his days at Carroll.

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Print- sick but not dying

It may be an electronically dominated world, but print won’t die.

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Join me, won’t you?

Alumni director Dave Vitatoe ’00 encourages alums to be more engaged.

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Learning from opportunities

Kaitlin Gill '13 appreciates the opportunities JCU has presented to her and looks forward to the many more it will present.

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Remembering Steve Jobs

Bob Longo '72 has the unfortunate honor to pay tribute to his former boss and friend.

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Developing leadership capacity

Developing the leadership capacity of all students – not just those in elected positions

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Bonds that knit us together

John Ettorre '80 reflects on the things he didn’t know when he graduated from Carroll. Among them was the concept of a lifelong connection to the University.

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Take note of the Chinese

Christopher Siders ’99 compares how teachers are viewed by society in the U.S. and China.

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