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Places of the heart – touch which personifies place

To date, posts on panethos have discussed how sound, smell, and taste can personify places. At first thought, touch might seem like the most difficult sense embody the personification of place. But, the more I thought about it, touch is actually … Continue reading

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“Let’s get physical”….fitness in college

Men’s Fitness magazine has published its list of the 25 Fittest Colleges in America. Below is the list they compiled.  It was very surprising not to see any of the military academies (private or public) on the list, nor the … Continue reading

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The towns with the most gowns

Below is s list based on 2009 American Community Survey Data from the Census Bureau of the 10 most-educated metropolitan areas (which exceed 300,000 population) in the United States. The list was compiled and published by U.S. News and World Report. … Continue reading

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