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I receive emails from Modern States. They recently highlighted a student who went back to college after taking some time off. Robert Ayres describes his experience here. As you probably know, you can test out of some college courses by taking CLEP exams. In case...
In a Latin class today, my students and I looked at the Roman word for cow, bos. Latin adds its complicated endings to the root of this word, bov. From this root, English derives the word bovine. Something bovine relates to cows. English even uses bovine as an...
Candidate A person who seeks office by election. From Latin candidus meaning bright, clear, clean, or spotless Roman togas were white. Romans hoping to win elections wore extra white togas. The candidate would add chalk power to his toga to further whiten things...