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By Debra Rienstra

In order to prevent us nice Christian teenagers from indulging in let-loose drinking and debauchery on graduation night, a group of parents devised a nefarious plan...

By Sharon Gartland

Sharon Gartland finds hope hiring a woman to help her with housework and does not miss the spiritual analogy.

By Angie Crea O'Neal

English professor Angie Crea O’Neal considers the mysteries of the opal, her October birthstone, in this creative non-fiction reflection for The Well.

By Kami Rice

Join writer Kami Rice as she takes a second trip to India, eager to explore questions touched off by her first visit. The Well borrows this blog post from the Emerging Scholars Network (ESN).

By Priscilla Lasmarias Kelso

Where is home? For writer Priscilla Lasmarias Kelso, having lived in several countries, the question is real. But the question and the longing for a permanent address apply to us all.

By Emily Dolan

Comparing oneself to others can reach new heights when the comparison is based on the progress of a dissertation.

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