What the “H?”

There’s an age-old question at Central that circulates among new and prospective students, community members and the general public – why in the world is Bronchos spelled with an “h?”

We all know that many other schools, who also happen to have Buddy-like mascots, spell their names without the alphabet’s magic eighth letter, so why do we? What is it about the “h” that makes it so special? . . .  read more

TL Abroad: Applied Research in London

Photo of participants in the London Research Trip, 17 of May 2017

Written by Mark Janzen, Ph.D. and Michael S. Springer, Ph.D., History & Geography – 

Summer break provides a great opportunity to get out of the classroom and engage students in transformative learning experiences. In May, Dr. Mark Janzen and I took a group of students to London to work on the Dutch Church Library Provenance Project. The students, History and Museum Studies majors, worked on the project, which is a collaboration between the Dutch Church in London, the oldest Dutch-language Protestant church in the world, and Lambeth Palace Library, one of England’s oldest public libraries. . . .  read more