Category Archives: Comedy

The Funny Thing About Women and Comedy: An Article by Individualized MA Alumni Amelia Bane

“Being a Woman in Comedy Isn’t Unusual Anymore” — so writes Amelia Bane, a graduate of the Individualized MA program who studied improv comedy and attention deficit disorder along with a lot of other areas connected to performance during her … Continue reading

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What Love, Transgressions, and Lucidity Have to Do With Real Education: James Sparrell’s Commencement Speech

GGI Faculty member James (Jim) Sparrell speaks about how “learning itself if fundamentality relationship, and this is one of the ways a Goddard education challenges traditional education” in his commencement address at the Spring 2018 Graduation Ceremony. Listen to Jim … Continue reading

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Improvisation, Amelia Earhart, and the Process: Amelia Bane’s Graduation Speech

GGI Alumni Amelia Bane’s graduation speech at the February 2017 commencement explored not just how to give a speech, but the power of improvisation, dwelling in uncertainty, and trusting the process (as opposed to going with the flow). Amelia is … Continue reading

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