Nuance Comes Slowly by Jackson Mejia

It seems that whenever I chance a footfall in nature, I need an acclimation period. This probably holds true for many urban residents, but I know that I cannot simply saunter into one of the earth’s few remaining sanctuaries for the natural and expect to maintain the...

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Curb Scholars 2017 Fall Retreat

A new year has arrived, and to kick it off the Curb Scholars came together for the opening retreat.  It was week filled with exploring, writing, hiking, improvising, and, most importantly, getting to know one another. On Tuesday, the new Scholars honed their improv...

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Alejandro Arango: Digital Story

Check out this fantastic digital story created by Alejandro Arango at the Mellon Summer Institute in Digital and Public Humanities in May 2016. The event was organized and hosted by the Curb Center, in partnership with the Robert Penn Warren Center and the Center for...

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Ben Scheer: My Summer in Philly

Ben Scheer here! As a Curb Scholar who is studying Human & Organizational Development, Economics, and Computer Science, I have had the opportunity to live in work in Philadelphia this summer.

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