Archive for April, 2009

But it’s not rabid…

Philosophy Bites. Or so claim David Edmonds and Nigel Warburton, creators of a philosophy podcast that features interviews of well-known, and not-so-well-known philosophers, talking about their particular areas of expertise. The podcasts, which range from fifteen to twenty-five minutes, explore topics ranging from “alternative hedonism” to Wittgenstein’s concept of philosophy; philosophers interviewed span a similarly-wide […]

How do you say “rout” in Greek?

The playing fields at Gustavus were busy on Saturday afternoon, April 25–so busy, in fact, that the second annual Classics-Philosophy kickball game found itself being played not on a regulation field, but on a grassy patch near Mattson Hall, using bases made out of cardboard boxes. No matter. Nor did it matter that last year’s […]

Caught Waiting…

Alex Legeros has been Waiting for Godot. Check to see who else was waiting (on April 8)….