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Philanthro-Trekking In Basa Village, Nepal, Jeff Rasley Jun 2011

Philanthro-Trekking In Basa Village, Nepal, Jeff Rasley

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

Article for Real Travel Adventures about hiking in Nepal and working with Basa Village.


A Resting Place In Nepal, Jeff Rasley Apr 2011

A Resting Place In Nepal, Jeff Rasley

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

Guest blog for Around the World Blog on the author’s travels in Nepal.


A Change To Violence, Jeff Rasley Apr 2011

A Change To Violence, Jeff Rasley

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

Guest blog for Around the World Blog on the safety of Nepal.


Interview With Bringing Progress To Paradise Author Jeff Rasley, Jeff Rasley Apr 2011

Interview With Bringing Progress To Paradise Author Jeff Rasley, Jeff Rasley

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

Interview with Travelanthropist about the author’s experience in the Himalayas and Basa Village.


Blazing The Real: Writing By Indiana Children, Susan C. Adamson, Julie Patterson Jan 2011

Blazing The Real: Writing By Indiana Children, Susan C. Adamson, Julie Patterson

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I got my first camera when I was in third grade—a Brownie Hawkeye flash model with a snazzy little camera case. The instruction manual provided six simple steps for taking successful pictures.

Hold the camera steady, supporting it underneath. Then, with the sun behind your back or over your shoulder, locate the subject in the finder. At the instant of exposure, hold your breath and press the shutter release with a gentle squeezing action (Brownie Hawkeye Instruction Manual).

The camera came with two rolls of film, each with16 frames. I eagerly used them up and sent the exposed film ...


Metaphors Of The Market Economy And The Learning Community, Ben Sippola Jan 2011

Metaphors Of The Market Economy And The Learning Community, Ben Sippola

Kristi Schultz Broughton Liberal Arts Essay Contest

2011 Topic: Education as Commodity: Liberal Arts Education in the Consumer Age

Contemporary higher education is increasingly dominated by the realities and metaphors of the market economy. Education is an investment or a product. Students are consumers. Admissions counselors are salespeople and professors deliver their customers goods and services. Write an essay about this mindset and how it has affected your education. Have your attitudes towards the commoditization of education changed during your time at Butler? Fundamentally, how can or should liberal arts education fit within this worldview?