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As part of the “Last Call” lecture series hosted by CCSC, you are cordially invited to attend a talk tonight by Professor William Theodore de Bary, who, as a college alum (CC’41), renowned professor of East Asian Studies, and provost emeritus, truly bleeds light blue. But who cares about passing down knowledge from generation to […]

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Professor Wm. Theodore de Bary, C ’41, beloved octogenarian professor, in Nobility & Civility class: “My ancestors fought in the Crusades, along with Richard the Lionhearted. *pause* As you can see, some of them survived.” His grandfather.

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Can you lead a perfectly successful and happy life even if you’ve never read about Leopold Bloom masturbating on a Dublin beach? Everyone has that book (or those books) that they probably should have read by now, but have not. Professors, we hypothesized, are no different. So we asked them to name the book they […]

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