Students don’t always need teachers to learn. Sometimes they just need each other.
That was definitely true in the case of a group of high schoolers from Texas who saw their classmates struggling to get the tutoring they needed.
In the heart of Austin, Texas, a sprawling three-acre community garden teems with life: young couples and retirees work alongside each other, planting their first plot or harvesting their 30th season of heirloom tomatoes.
Coming April 22nd: a lecture at St. Lawrence University by Senior Fellow Rob Garnett on “Commerce and Beneficence: Adam Smith’s Unfinished Project”
Each individual in modern society “stands at all times in need of the cooperation and assistance of great multitudes,” Adam Smith observes.