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Quakers in Barbados
Distinguished Teaching Professor of History Larry Gragg’s latest book, The Quaker Community in Barbados: Changing the Planter Class (University of Missouri Press), examines how the first Quaker settlers in the New World lived among the slave trade on the island of Barbados in the 17th century.

The horror! The horror!
Staff member Duane Barton has been writing horror stories since the first grade. His first collection of horror stories, The Dark Playground, was published last summer by Publish America. When he isn’t writing scary stuff, he’s the chief clerk in S&T’s civil, architectural and environmental engineering department.

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