Noah D. Arney

A student affairs professional's musings on books, education, politics, and cooking.



Category: Books

  • Brief Review of “Lowering Higher Education” by James E. Côté & Anton L. Allahar

    Lowering Higher Education: The Rise of Corporate Universities and the Fall of Liberal Education by James E. Côté My rating: 5 of 5 stars If you are at all interested or involved in Higher Education I recommend you read this book. If the government and schools were to implement even some of their recommendations I […]

  • Review of The Gnostic Mystery by Randy Davila

    The Gnostic Mystery by Randy Davila My rating: 1 of 5 stars I actually chose not to review this book originally because I felt that it was such a poor attempt at disguising a string of logical fallacies as a novel that I couldn’t imagine putting any more thought into it. The book starts out […]

  • Book Shops and Vampires

    I like Vampires. I enjoyed reading Dracula, I enjoyed The Vampyre more. I loved the Vampire Lestat. I have watched more bad vampire movies than I care to admit (here’s a hint, look up Shadow of the Vampire). I have read the Twilight books, all three of them; and even the fanfiction that was book […]

  • Review of “Arthurian Omen” by G. G. Vandagriff

    Arthurian Omen by G.G. Vandagriff My rating: 2 of 5 stars The Arthurian Omen, by G.G. Vandagriff deals with the intense passion that arises when the location of a long lost manuscript is uncovered. The story is starts out being riveting and it makes you want to find out more, and then when you do, […]