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The Talent of the Pro-Life Generation
2 years ago

The Talent of the Pro-Life Generation

By  •  Pro-Life, The Arts

For your snowy weekend reading pleasure and encouragement, we present the following poem we received from a high school sophomore. I found it anything but “sophomoric”; one rarely sees a …
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Peanut Gallery Silent On SCSU Stained Glass Windows
3 years ago

Peanut Gallery Silent On SCSU Stained Glass Windows

By  •  Education, The Arts

Somebody is trying awfully hard to manufacture controversy over a set of stained glass windows recently re-installed on the Southern Connecticut State University, some of which depict Christian figures or …
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Rumble in Trumbull Over Library Artwork
3 years ago

Rumble in Trumbull Over Library Artwork

By  •  Pro-Life, The Arts

One woman saw Jesus in the faces of the poor. The other compared them to cattle. Clearly, a match made in Heaven.

This absurdity should not be obscured by more …
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On the Death of Connecticut’s Alt-Weeklies

I read the Hartford Advocate mostly in the mid-90s, when I was a twenty-something UConn Law student living in West Hartford. It published some great work back then. There …
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Culture and Education: College Campus Indoctrination is No Fluke

Trinity College in Hartford is the third most expensive private school in the country: an education here carries a nearly $50,000-a-year price tag. For that kind of money, parents of …
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Conservative in a Liberal’s World: What’s an Artist to Do?

By  •  The Arts

Art is powerful. It has the potential to communicate with us at a subconscious, visceral level. Music was long considered to be an essential component of a well-rounded education, but the …
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