Monthly Archives: August 2012

Our Writings Can Make a Difference, Poetry by Peter Street

Our Writings Can Make a Difference by Peter Street I think some people may mistakenly believe our writings cannot make a difference – well they are so wrong- my dear lord they are wrong. I was so desperate to join Writing … Continue reading

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A Year in Grenoble, by Phillip Richards

What Good is Knowledge if You Cannot Solve Problems? A Year in Grenoble by Phillip Richards At the beginning of the academic year, Colgate professors receive a computer file displaying thumbnail color portraits of their students’ faces. Intended to help … Continue reading

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Writing for Peace News, August 2012

Writing for Peace welcomes two new members to our Advisory Panel. Adriana Paramo is a cultural anthropologist and writer. Dr. Margaret Flowers is a physician and healthcare activist. Both have demonstrated a commitment to the practice of their arts that … Continue reading

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The Making of a Marine, by David Scott Pointer

The Making of a Marine by David Scott Pointer ex-Marine contemplates Nagasaki atop Mount Fuji My story begins in the backyard of 1601 Cambridge in Kansas City, Missouri. This is where my grandmother had me train for war, socializing her only … Continue reading

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