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Engaging History

As the adage goes, “those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it,” but history is not meant to be learned in a bubble. Beyond learning dates and names, understanding historical events requires active interpretation. A living, breathing historical journal provides a powerful platform for students and scholars to engage in discussions and do history. In Spring 2019, with guidance from faculty advisor Dr. Margaret Peacock, co-founders Jackson Foster and Jodi Vadinsky built that platform with the Crimson […]

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