Daily Archives: April 6, 2017

Why Does Love Always Feel Like A Battlefield?

From time to time I listen to my favorite song by one of the more obscure winners of American Idol over the course of its existence, “Battlefield” by Jordin Sparks. ¬†Over and over again in the song, she asks herself … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Latin Primer

A Latin Primer, by Herbert Chester Nutting In reading this book I was reminded that the early 1900’s was a time of boring but serviceable primers for foreign languages [1]. ¬†This is not necessarily a bad thing, as Latin was … Continue reading

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Book Review: A First Hebrew Reader

A First Hebrew Reader, by Duncan Cameron As someone who likes to read guides to various foreign languages [1], I have to say that if anyone learned Hebrew from this guide it would take a lot of work and would … Continue reading

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