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    Deep Things out of Darkness: A History of Natural History, by John Anderson, COA W.H. Drury Jr. Prof., shares the stories of natural historians—how they discovered what they did, what sparked their fascination with the natural world, and why this matters. https://t.co/VGUVFkvrAx https://t.co/J76W8A1YJi
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    New art prof. Daniel Kojo Schrade says that he was drawn to COA’s creative, collaborative nature. As a prof., he assumes the role of an observer and listener, encouraging students to find their own spaces and voices. Seen here is his piece “listenings 3”. https://t.co/0lmdUYrctQ https://t.co/7WYU5tG1HK
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    Did you know that Maine is home to 50,000-75,000 acres of peatlands? Protecting and restoring these bogs will be a crucial step in mitigating climate change. https://t.co/1TdkvTDNxx

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  • We wouldn’t say one is better than the other. We will consider applications from any student who has completed (or will complete) high school in any way. We are used to seeing applications from students who have had unique educational experiences, and we would recommend the path that makes the most sense for your life. What we are looking for, beyond specific requirements, is that you have challenged yourself and taken classes that are important to you and relevant to your interests.

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