A Charter and Preliminary Development

Group projects in college have been learning experiences for me. Generally, groups run smoothly as they are short-term obligations in which there is a defined deliverable with a relatively limited amount of work. When group work has failed in the past, there have often been misunderstandings from the beginning, particularly expectations of quality, understandings of …

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A Day With the Scholars’ Lab

Nothing quite starts the day like your professor jumping out of the Enterprise saying, We’re taking a big ass van to Charlottesville. And then Tweeting about it. Drivin a big ass van to @scholarslab #wludh pic.twitter.com/ZR0IbPh8ZP — Paul A. Youngman (@PaulAYoungman) April 24, 2014 Rethinking Digital Humanities Today was a fun and clarifying day for me …

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Beyond the Paper: Digital Humanities

Spring term is the time when W&L students are especially encouraged to focus less on majors, minors, and FDR requirements, and more on discovering something new. During my first-year, I traveled to Denmark to learn how corporate social responsibility is practiced in Denmark. During my sophomore year, I traveled to Washington, DC to learn the …

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