[col. writ. 10/5/14] © ’14 Mumia Abu-Jamal
Goddard College, which began as a seminary, has stood in the shadows of Vermont’s mountains for the better part of a century.
Its bucolic surroundings lend it the air of serenity, the cool quiet of its rural, northern cities.
It was the beginning of the 1970s when I first arrived there, a young man in his latter teens, and I was stunned by the sheer...