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Week in Review: February 1, 2019

In an essay for The Washington Post, Professor Daniel Reynolds of Grinnell College examines what it means to remember the Holocaust in an era of rising anti-Semitism and explores how to move beyond ritual remembrance into something more meaningful.

With a polar vortex bringing arctic weather to the U.S. this week, the midwest is getting hit particularly hard; this Inside Higher Ed roundup highlights some of the campuses facing dangerous temperatures, including Grinnell College.

Leadership expert and professor at Farmer School of Business Megan Gerhardt weighs in on the generational difference and leadership styles of Bill Belichick, the NFL’s longest-tenured coach, and Sean McVay, the youngest NFL coach in history. The piece originally appeared in The Conversation and also ran in the SF Gate.

This Georgia Public Radio On Second Thought interview on sports fandom shaping identity features Oxford College of Emory University Professor Erin Tarver.

Professor David Gowler of Oxford College of Emory shares his expertise in this CNN article on Howard Thurman, his connection to MLK and Gandhi, and his legacy of spiritual activism.

This week on Inside Higher Ed’s Call to Action blog, be sure to read up on how to go beyond email for alumni engagement.

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