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    Daniel LupoFeb 8, 2018 at 4:52 pm

    As an English major (and philosophy minor) I enjoyed the positive comments the panelists made about a humanities education. Yes, it’s about education, not training. Yes good writing implies sound thinking. Yes, all the papers you labor to write as an undergrad make all future writing (done mostly in the context of a paying job) less daunting, easier to complete, and more polished. As a former training manager at Dell, I regularly employed analytical skills honed from studying philosophy and communications skills gained from writing about literature. I applaud Trinity for sponsoring the event; I salut the panelists for their candid advice and wisdom; and I thank you for capturing it all in a concise, wel-written article. Proud of you . . . Pop

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    Robert RivardFeb 2, 2018 at 8:59 am

    Maggie, nice article on a wonderful event. I was fortunate to be invited to participate. Trinity University sends its graduates into the world prepared to thrive and succeed. Events like Humanities Day and the passion for student learning demonstrated by professors there are among the many reasons why. —Robert Rivard

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