"In a society of free men (and women) the proper aim of education is to prepare an individual to make wise decisions. All else is but contributory."
In the busy days since "Rolling Rolling In Their Graves - What happened to WWU?" and "Let's Meet at Burns' Cabins", and since my subsequent interview with WWU's Western Front, I've been available for questions and open to discussion on Viking Village, Western's internet forum.
Lacking much discussion of issues - while experiencing many readers viewing these Western Forum threads - I chose to once or twice a day post short community college regional history lessons - using YouTube heavily - focusing on honoring Western's post WW2 patriarchs, introducing regional artists/educators, and also remembering the 1980s when Fairhaven College bloomed as a world leader in both Green technology and also the art of making learning fun for all. Which is to say, I have been doing a dog and pony show.
In ACT 3 I share old articles from local newspapers, and TIME magazine, that praise and/or criticize WWU.
COME SEE! Jugglers! Clowns! So many clowns.
Free! Free! So Free!
ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT
A Theatrical Tutorial In Three Acts
Exploring These Here Parts
In fond memory of Uncle Paul Woodring
STARRING: The New Old Time Chautauqua, Swil Kanim and Gene Tagaban, THE KEEP FAMILY - Pliny, Renae, Corbin and Penelope, with surprise visits from important local citizens, including amazing WWU students and former Fairhaven College Outbackers. With special salutes to Doris Day, Julie Andrews, and Gilbert and Sullivan (even when poorly produced)..
ACT 1. "Western Front with Kamalla Rose Kaur of NW Citizen"
ACT 2. "Let's Meet at Burns' Cabins"
ACT 3. "From backwater to pacesetter and back" by Joel Connelly
Join the discussion and have fun!