One day in 1855, while pondering his evening commute on a New York ferry, Walt Whitman took out his notebook and jotted down thoughts for a poem, about time, space and his mystical ties to the future.
HBO’s wildly popular epic fantasy show Game of Thrones (GoT) has found fans across the over 170 countries where it airs. In many of these places, the show is dubbed in local languages for non-English viewers.
Colleges and universities never change – but are always changing. Conundrums explain lots of things on our campuses. But EDUCAUSE gets this one right with their latest report, the EDUCAUSE Horizon Report
The seven poems you will find here below, as well as seven others that will follow in a second post, were curated by us over the past several months, and represent only a small segment of poets with disabilities