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Finding What's Right: A Study of Two Novels

This month, SJ did a compare and contrast essay about two novels by Lloyd Alexander- Westmark and The Iron Ring. In both, the protagonist struggles to do the right thing in the face of challenging ordeals. 822 kata lagi

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Seeds of Conflict: SJ's Study of WWII

SJ is in the midst a three-month undertaking to learn about World War II. This is his work from October, an attempt to understand why the war started and when and why various countries got involved. 548 kata lagi

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Psychology

SJ worked on psychology this month, as it dealt with our theme of identity. While it wasn’t his favorite subject (in reality, getting him to even attempt to summarize his reading was like pulling teeth), I think he learned a pretty valuable lesson about tenacity (in other words, Mom will stop nagging you when you get it done.) 514 kata lagi

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Night of the Living Trees

Here’s the second story from October, a fitting one for the month of Halloween.

Enjoy!

Kelsey

It started out in fall. The trees had knotholes that looked like eyes and it creeped me out. 286 kata lagi

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Adventurous Astronauts

SJ wrote a few stories in October that he’d like to share. This is the first of the two, Adventurous Astronauts.

Enjoy!

Kelsey

Five astronauts were going on a trip past Pluto. 341 kata lagi

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Remembering John P. Schlegel, SJ

… on the first anniversary of his death from pancreatic cancer.

John, like all the great ones, cast a long shadow.  I’m just one of many, many friends and family who miss him especially today.   65 kata lagi

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