by Jenna Preston My husband Zack and I can only be described as “music nerds.” Or at least that’s what we jokingly call ourselves. We met in music theory class at Central Oregon Community College in Bend, Oregon. Although we barely shared two words for the first six months of our acquaintance, we soon became […]
I ask you to join me in gratitude for the life of Nelson Mandela, who died this afternoon. He was truly a "guardian of the future." I pray in thanksgiving for his sacrifice, his commitment and his vibrant insistence for justice. His deep love of his people and his leadership in world peace has led the generations.
Sheila O'Connell-Roussell / Associate Professor / Department of Religious Studies
We’re celebrating contemplation and gratitude all week long. Read more Thanksgiving reflections, by students, faculty and alumni, at The Gero-Punk Project.
by Erica Wells
Have you ever sat down with a box of photos, old letters or childhood possessions? Most of us come across these time capsules every so often, either during an intentional exercise to clean out storage space, or accidentally, such as that time you were trying to find your very important documents that were kept in a very safe place, which happened to be right next to some high school yearbooks…at least that what happens to me.