Monthly Archives: March 2014

Love and War with Young Hemingway


For better or worse, many believe that “All is fair in love and war.”

However, there are certainly some who disagree. Chief among them is Ernest Hemingway, a veritable titan of American prose with no shortage of experience in both love and war. Although these extreme conditions are often glorified, Hemingway had qualms about detailing their more tangible, grim, and (arguably) true implications.

To better understand young Hemingway’s perspectives on love and war, check out the following documents!

[Soldier’s Home]
[A short story about returning from war.]

[Letter from Agnes/A Very Short Story]
[The actual breakup letter Hemingway received from his WWI lover, and the story he wrote in response.]

March is Research Month!

Tony Researches

March is a wild month filled with various wonders — MCAS exams, NCAA basketball games, and research projects!

It doesn’t matter if you’re a member of Freshman Honors or Junior Honors, the fact of the matter is that you’ll benefit from reviewing the MLA guidelines. Although there are a multitude of sources, I strongly suggest checking out the following links. Both of these sources provide easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions for citations both in-text and on your Works Cited pages.

[Purdue OWL]
[Diana Hacker]