Archive for February, 2009
After two years with Lutheran Volunteer Corps, Andi Twiton (’08) is attending Luther Northwestern Seminary in St. Paul as of the fall of 2010.
Andrew Erickson (’05) is a graduate student in history at the University of Wisconsin.
Adam Tehle (’07) has returned to Gustavus, where he is proudly serving as an admission counselor for the college. We expect to net a LOT more philosophy majors as a result of having an “in” in admissions!
Philosophy graduate Brooke Lundquist found her honors philosophy paper from a 1999 Wittgenstein seminar taught by Douglas Huff cited as part of a discussion thread in Dutch! Brooke notes, “pretty much everything on the page that is in English is from my paper, and at some point, I am credited with it, as well. Unfortunately, […]
Harald van Gaasbeek (’08) is attending the Boston University School of Law.
Kelsey returned to the United States in the spring of 2010, after three and a half years in Japan. He is now working as a freelance Japanese-English translator, living the life of a nomad (one guy here said “hobo” sounds nice), and trying to enter the ecological living scene (applying general systems theory and a […]
Erin Dana graduated with a degree in philosophy and feminist theory in 2001. Subsequently she received an M.Ed. in Student Personnel Management. She is the Assistant Director of Academic Advising at Pacific Lutheran University. And here’s why she thinks it’s useful to study philosophy.
Lauren Fleer has worked as a nonprofit peace and justice advocate, a bicycle messenger, and a cabinet and furniture maker. She has recently completed her degree in civil engineering, and is working for the Army Corps of Engineers.