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How to Grow Virtue

The Journal of the Society for Classical Learning - March 21, 2014

Sam Vanderplas '08 combines Aristotle, Shakespeare, and Frog and Toad.

What is “the good life?”

American Enterprise Institute - March 21, 2014

Tyler Castle '12 argues based on Dostoevsky that it's a choice.

The Sorry State of Religious Freedom at the Air Force Academy

The Federalist - March 17, 2014

Zachary Crippen (Saratoga '12) reviews recent events at USAFA.

The Beauty of “Non-Christian” Movies

Humane Pursuits - March 17, 2014

Havilah Steinman '13 considers Frozen.

Why the GOP’s New Gadgets Aren’t Enough

The Social Fundraiser - March 17, 2014

Brian Brown '07 analyzes right-wing election strategy trends.

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