Saving the Liberal Arts at Carthage College from "Restructuring"

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Harold Lewis
Aug 28, 2020
Seeking truth in this world is of paramount importance

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Gordon Meyer, PhD
Aug 12, 2020
We need to protect (and promote) liberal arts education! Phi Beta Kappa 1973

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Nathan Baumgartner
Aug 11, 2020
I’m signing because what’s happening all around the country to liberal arts colleges has nothing but disastrous consequences for hundreds of thousands of students. Though I don’t support sweeping core curriculum requirements to be done by all students at the same school, subjects like history and philosophy matter for degrees like business and biology as much as they do for students pursuing degrees in those fields.

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Yvonne Widenor
Aug 11, 2020
I believe that a liberal arts education is transformative and will prepare students to be vital members of the global community.

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Emily Sullivan
Aug 11, 2020
Support from a Canisius College alum

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H Stanger
Aug 11, 2020
The humanities and liberal arts produces citizens that sustain democracies. They are the best route to long term career and life success.

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Jonathan Beck
Aug 11, 2020
I'm signing because higher ed should not be treated as an expense account for lawyers and financiers, but as a place for young people to grow and have their world challenged.

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Tim Fox
Aug 3, 2020
I like to help out

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Vicki Farmer
Jul 28, 2020
A well rounded liberal arts college needs the type of professors my daughter (class of 2019) has come to respect and admire. That instills a quality education.

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Grant Deal
Jul 23, 2020
Absolutely no reason to cut any of the majors, especially the criminal justice/sociology departments. That department had amazing teachers who helped shape plenty of people for the public service sector including myself.