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ILP Humor

A day of tutoring at the ILP is never dull. From the moment I step into the classroom, I encounter plenty of jovial banter and laughter shared among the students and teachers. 139 more words


Higher Ground

As always, I am terrible at blogging.  I can’t tell you how many times I had a thought, an idea, or an event that made me WANT to write.  779 more words


To me, work is like long-distance running: you set your sites on reaching the next landmark, while keeping the final destination in mind.  Every goal-oriented project has steps.   165 more words

Week 7 Blog Post for CI 5530: 1 of 2

CI 5530 Web 2.0 & Social Media

Week 7: February 23-28

Post: 1 of 2


Weekly Video

It was frigid out there when I filmed this video. 251 more words


How to evaluate a graduate school admissions offer

It’s February and your first graduate school admissions offer has arrived. Perhaps the news is fantastic, or perhaps it is terrible. Perhaps it is somewhere in-between. 664 more words


Lost in the Archives, Found on Castro Street

This post comes to you from a hotel room in San Francisco, where I’ve spent the past ten days doing archival work. I’ve been here for ten days now, and—thank goodness—will be returning home tomorrow. 1,151 more words

Graduate School

California Infant Dies after 8 Vaccines, Family Gets Him Back from Hospital Cremated

Before It’s News
Augustina Ursino
February 26 2015
Thanks to A. 

Parents in California are distraught after losing their infant son after being vaccinated. He died in his sleep and was taken to the hospital already deceased. 1,660 more words