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Atticus Finch: Local and National Man of Virtue

     To Kill a Mockingbird presents us with a broken town in a broken county—Maycomb. The townspeople hold onto time-honored codes and conventions, some of which are laudable and some of which are reprehensible. The novel highlights the problem of appearances—as embodied in the town’s architecture. “The Maycomb jail [is] the most venerable and […]

Gregory the Great Academy

Deo Gratias! Here is the latest off the desk of Howard Clark from the Clairvaux Institute concerning the new St. Gregory’s Academy! http://clairvauxinstitute.org/school/ Now is the time to act!  Be generous in your support of this new school! Warmly, Peter Bloch SGA Class of 2005  

Craigslist Vigilante

From Nick Olson: Before I realized that my life calling for this summer was watching paint dry, I posted an ad to Craigslist saying I was available to tutor. Among the emails I received was one from a Norwegian named James Rice and his even more Norwegian-named son, Hinto. His email read like it had […]

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