HSP Recommends

As you have surely noticed, the HSP community is passionate about lifelong learning. Here are some articles you may find of interest that touch on aging, exploration, the humanities, and living an all-around full, considered life.

 

Should you retire to a "college town" in order to take advantage of University offerings tailored toward retirees? You know our answer is a resounding "yes"! But read for yourself about the choice many are making to "retire to college" in this article by Frank Jossi, originally sourced from pbs.org.




In "Learning to Think for Ourselves," Wesleyan University President Michael Roth responds to the perceived "crisis in humanities" by retracing the role the humanities have played in higher education since the first half of the 20th century.




This op ed piece from The New York Times taps multiple disciplines to answer the question of why time seems to speed up as we age.




This article by Philip Moeller, originally published in U.S.News & World Report, links education and lifespan.




Dr. Marilyn Heins is an HSP student as well as one of our board members. in "Goodbye Lessons," published in the Arizona Daily Star, Heins explores how to embrace the changes that come along with aging.


Continue to check back for more reading recommendations from HSP!