Tag Archives: Don Quijote

Miguel de Cervantes’s “Don Quijote de la Mancha” – Dillon Carroll

The Don Quijote Honors College takes inspiration from its namesake, the Castilian classic Don Quijote de La Mancha. The basic story is famous- In the hot, dusty plains of 17th century Spain (think of a landscape remarkably similar to southwest Oklahoma), a gentleman whose obsession with novels of knight errantry results in him losing his […]

Richard Feynman’s “Conservation of Energy” – Sarah Smith

You have to know—I don’t speak physics. I read books about life and humans and humanity and I speculate, personally and communally, about what the author meant and why and what I feel about it. So when Feynman approached me, I knew the terms he was using (“energy”, “conservation of energy”, “gravitational”, “potential”, “mechanism”), but […]