Lifelong learning: Why Western works

I want to share a story. My oldest daughter Aly graduated a couple of years ago from Western. Then she worked at Western, while still taking a couple of classes after graduation. For her own reasons, she needed some time off before pursuing her bachelor’s degree. This January, she left Rock Springs for California and now lives 710 miles from me. This is hard because even though she is 22 years old, she will always be my little girl.

This semester, Aly is taking a history class, two psychology classes and a math class as she pursues her psychology degree. Not long ago, we were talking and I ask...


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