Sydney Benjamin: A Voice from the Burning Mountains

October 30, 2014

Every autumn, my world catches fire. The trees burn a million shades of red and gold; fall in Vermont brings me a sense of clarity. The air reaches a temperature of utter perfection, school has not yet weighed my back down beyond repair, and, on those beautiful days when I can taste winter coming on my tongue, but the sun is still shining bright in the sky, I feel as though I could stretch out my arms and fly. As I watch the geese begin their migrations, I question whether I, too, should leave this place of wonder.

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Coolidge in the Great Southwest

October 20, 2014

The Southwestern United States is a stunningly beautiful corner of the world. With desert as far as the eye can see, cacti taller than your head, and an ancient heritage of indigenous peoples who pioneered in technology long before the first European settlers arrived, this region of our country holds tremendous treasures that I encourage you all to explore.

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Our Big Fat Greek Habits

September 16, 2014

The following article was written by Holman Jenkins of The Wall Street Journal and served as one of Mr. Jenkins’ entries for the 2013 Coolidge Prize for Journalism. Mr. Jenkins was the first winner of the prize. You can apply for the 2014 Coolidge Prize for Journalism on our Prize webpage.

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New York Gala Dinner

September 5, 2014

The Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation is pleased to announce that our 2nd annual New York Gala Dinner will take place on Thursday, November 6, 2014 at the Metropolitan Club.

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