Monthly Archives: June 2010

What we do on free days

I felt like I should update this for some reason. I can’t think of a specific event to write about though. We are starting finals tomorrow so we have all been pretty deeply immersed in the various texts. Nevertheless we have made a few outings here and there. Yesterday we went down the street and […]

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So you want to eat a camel?

So, we found a nearby restaurant that serves camel. Sounds delightful doesn’t it? So naturally everyone wanted to go so Chris Meldrum went ahead and made a sign up sheet and posted it on the bulletin board so we could tell the restaurant how many people to expect (he had so special order it). About […]

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The Holocaust

We hit it pretty hard this week. We read about it in class, discussed it, visited Oskar Shindler’s grave (I left a stone) then capped it all off with a visit to the complex at Yad Vashem, the Israel Holocaust complex. Its a sobering place, although I confess there wasn’t much new information. I feel […]

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The House of Bread. Something about it invokes a thousand memories of home. Millions of Christmas cookies, nativities, concerts, cold evenings by blazing fires, Luke reenactments, snowball fights, temporary lulls in violence and conflict around the world and communities that somehow seem more at peace. There is no way any location on earth could live […]

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