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Emily Inman ’17

Class of 2017, Double-Major in Philosophy and English and World Literatures

  • MELANIE EINZIG

“The words for Emily were relatively easy to choose, given her passion for life, literature, and learning. Dante, from Canto 27 of Purgatorio in the Divine Comedy, offers some of the best parting words ever from a teacher to a student: “[We the faculty have] brought you here through intellect and art;/from now on, let your pleasure be your guide;/you’re past the steep and narrow paths…. Await no further word or sign from [us]:/your will is free, right, and whole—to act/against that will would be to err: therefore/[we] crown and miter you over yourself.”

-Dr. Bradley Herling

Class Year and Major

Class of 2017, Double-Major in Philosophy and English and World Literatures

History, Philosophy, & Religious Studies