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Entries by Don Meyer, Ph.D. from 04/2013

The Power of a Circle

| Posted 04.03.2013 | College

The Circle Maker begins with a story about the legend of the circle maker. According to the legend, a devastating drought came upon the whole region of Israel. The drought threatened to destroy the entire generation just before Jesus was born.

The Chaplain of the Opera

| Posted 04.09.2013 | College

I suppose that's why excellence -- and I mean world-class excellence -- almost literally stops us in our tracks. We all sit up and take notice when we see it or hear it or taste it or smell it or feel it. Larry Wayne Morbitt is one of those people who exudes excellence.

How to Eat a HoneyBell

| Posted 04.17.2013 | College

Yes, there really was a bib. No, I didn't use it. Yes, they were juicy and delicious. No, I didn't spill.

Thinking About Walking

| Posted 04.23.2013 | College

Between 1851 and 1860, however, Thoreau prepared and read his essay "Walking" a total of 10 times, more than any other of his lectures.

The Lone Survivor of SEAL Team 10

| Posted 04.30.2013 | College

For almost 75 minutes, nearly 1,600 of us sat spellbound hearing him tell his story. It was like we were frozen in place as he walked us through his journey from his home in Houston, Texas to that fateful day nearly 30 years later in Afghanistan.