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Century Oaks Assisted Living

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By Jaclyn Brandt The baby boom of the 1940s and 1950s created a whole new generation of modern thinkers and doers. But now that the gen­eration is aging, and both the government and private groups are discussing the future of care. In Wisconsin, the three main options for care include an adult family home, resi­dential care apartment complexes or com­munity ... Read More »

A Quiet Campus Does Not Mean the Learning Stops

Thirteen Lawrence University students and four faculty members will be traveling to China during the holiday recess as part of the college's “Sustainable China: Integrating Culture, Conservation and Commerce” initiative. In 2012, students participated in a walking tour of Hong Kong's Central District with Bernard Chan, chair of the Hong Kong Council for Sustainable Development.

By Hilary Armstrong While the Lawrence University campus may appear to the casual observer to be quiet and mostly deserted in December, much learning is still taking place and some on quite distant shores.  The Lawrence students have a holiday recess that takes them from Thanksgiving until after the New Year, but not all of them are heading home for ... Read More »

Century Oaks Assisted Living

Happy retired man at the hospital speaking with a young nurse

By Jaclyn Brandt The baby boom of the 1940s and 1950s created a whole new generation of modern thinkers and doers. But now that the generation is aging, both the government and private groups are discussing the future of care. In Wisconsin, the three main options for care include an adult family home, residential care apartment complexes or community based ... Read More »

Preserve the Heart With a Book

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By Cassondra Temmer Picture this; you’re sitting by the fire with your favorite holiday drink and your most comfortable clothes. Then you reach over and pick up a book. This is not just any book its one that you selected just for the holidays and you begin to read, not wanting to put it down for anything. For Tom Lyons, ... Read More »

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