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    Walker Larson

    Walker Larson teaches literature at a private academy in Wisconsin. He is the author of two novels, Hologram and Song of Spheres. When not in the classroom or spending time with family and friends, he blogs about literature and education on his Substack The Hazelnut.

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  • Walker Percy on How to Recover Education

    Walker Percy on How to Recover Education1

    Why is it that so many students in the modern American education system say that school is “boring”? Aren’t they learning about the most fascinating aspects of our world? Isn’t part of human nature, as Aristotle teaches, to desire to know? In his brilliant essay “The Loss of the Creature,” the novelist and philosopher Walker

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  • Study: The Surprising Connection Between Your Politics and Happiness

    Study: The Surprising Connection Between Your Politics and Happiness3

    Do your politics determine—or at least predict—your mental health? Recent research indicates that the answer is “yes.” A study published in the Scandinavian Journal of Psychology found a correlation between agreement with social justice mantras (colloquially referred to as “wokeness”) and depression, anxiety, and lack of happiness. As reported by the New York Post, researchers

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