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Magical Evening at Cabaret

Mon, 2013-02-04 02:39 -- Anonymous (not verified)

 

Born from the inspiration of the INTERsections exhibit, Cabaret for the fall semester of 2012 was the manifestation of collaborative efforts between students and faculty, to showcase the immense talent and passion of Goddard students, in a harmoniously concise format. 

Mahogany Browne introduced the concept of the juke joint format, with several stages, throughout the theatre. 

Alumna Lynne Vanderpot on Jung and Expressive Arts in Psychology and Counseling

Fri, 2013-01-18 13:22 -- Anonymous (not verified)

I assume that many new MA in Psychology & Counseling students at Goddard can relate to the discomfort I experienced at first residency at being initiated into the process of, well, learning how to trust the process. To be perfectly authentic, I showed up on day one looking for much more explicit direction, and much less freedom to choose. Hey, what can I say, I was a friggin’ G1 newbie! Don’t judge.

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The Mediocre Meditator: Deconstructs An Early Morning Moment Using Buddhist Psychology and Other Points of View

 

What can I say?  Every morning that I loll in bed past six a.m., which is to say most mornings, I am condemned. By whom?  Myself, of course. The judge within. This is how it goes: I've slept well. Outside the birds are trilling their light morning tunes.  Cotton sheets rub against my skin. It all feels delightful. Why get up and lose this deep savoring? I say to myself. The Buddhist principle here: Human beings cling to pleasure.

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