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Year after year, students in my faculty, the Faculty of Music, feel disconnected from the remainder of this university. 

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English studies professor David Bentley draws connections between 17th century theatre and conversations we're having today.

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Attending at university is not just a physical act. It’s a way of using your time, in Prospero’s words again, “most preciously.” Indeed, it’s a way of being.

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