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Business Instructor to research Holocaust survivors

Harms to be part of the Fulbright-Hays Project, Walking Witness: Civic Responsibility in the Shadow of the Holocaust.

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2014 Luminations announced

Featuring performances by Broadway's Timothy Shew, and the Toledo Ballet, Opera, and Symphony.

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6 Things That Surprised My Socks Off When I Came To Lourdes

The sisters are not what you think, free food galore, and more that surprised me when I started at Lourdes!

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Congratulations 2014 faculty pilgrims

Going back to my pilgrimage experience only takes a little invitation – a word, a picture, a story....

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Professor uses science fiction to explore leadership

Professor Yost shares leadership lessons learned from science fiction in her book  From Starship Captains to Galactic Rebels.

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Wrapping Up Our Time In Tennessee

It is hard to believe that the last day of being in Tennessee doing Habitat for Humanity has come so soon. It feels like just yesterday that the Tennessee Team got here.

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Patience, Persistence and Friendly Leaders Help Team Raise Scaffolding

Today was our last day at the house-building sites. The morning temperature was just a bit below freezing point. However, it was sunny and quiet. As I was riding in a passenger van with my fellow teammates, I was wondering how our last working shift would unfold in front of us.

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Third Habitat Trip Features Hard Work, Line Dancing

I would have to say that my favorite thing about Habitat is that every year has something new to offer. Whether it be opportunities to travel to a new place, learn a new skill, or meet new people, every Habitat trip is different in its own special way. This year is no different; I have gotten to meet new people, get closer to other people, learn new things and skills, and travel to a new place!

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St. Francis Inspires Students to Build in Alabama

Today we were asked to lead the devotion to start off the workday at our worksite. Naturally, we picked the story of St. Francis of Assisi and how he was called to rebuild God's Church. Each individual of our group read a different part of the story and we ended with a prayer.

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Rain and Hail Don't Keep Us From Working, Eating BBQ and Having Fun

Well, day three went a little different than the previous days, which consisted of site construction and running back and forth to get work done efficiently. Today due to the weather conditions – raining overnight and into early morning – we could not go to the construction site. Instead, we were all distributed between the Habitat Office and the Habitat ReStore to help out where needed.

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