Healing a Nation Sick at Heart: Fighting a Spiritual Pandemic with “Our Better Angels” — The Gettysburg Compiler

By: Christopher R. Fee Dr. Christopher R. Fee, Professor of English at Gettysburg CollegeThis summer has been a hot and uncomfortable one, literally, metaphorically, and spiritually: We seem to be at a cross-roads in history. A particularly notable flash-point occurred when armed right-wing paramilitaries occupied the Gettysburg Battlefield on the Fourth of July on the… Healing […]

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The Fort Pitt Museum

One of the many pleasures of working downtown in an old city such as Pittsburgh, is that I am never far from history, in fact, I brush up against it daily.  In this case, I didn’t need to venture far, as the museum encompassing what was once the British, and before that French, Fort Pitt […]

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