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Goals, finishing, and freezing

The race started at 7:30 am.  We walked from our house to the starting line in the not-yet-dawn light.  It is a great idea to get an early start on the running season: get everybody psyched up and ready for a great spring, summer, and fall of running.   1,542 more words


Fortunate Friday progress update

More positive stuff!

1a.  Another tailored application submitted today, along with one resume to a company database (probably useless, but it’s easy, so why not). 68 more words

Job Search

Writing for me, writing for you.

So, what is this? Who am I? Why am I doing this? All very valid questions. First things first, I’m Alex: I’m 22, an MRes (Research Masters) student, cat and fruit tea enthusiast, part-time bar supervisor and student officer, questionable dancer, activist and campaigner, and apparently willing to write… 127 more words


The Problem with Snowflakes

This winter, many Americans became reacquainted with snowflakes in a big way.  Violent storms dropped as many as 120 inches of snow on some cities.  The vast amount of these tiny, uniquely shaped frozen water droplets was overwhelming.  1,120 more words

Higher Ed

So, you want to write a press release

Great! The press release is one of the oldest and most powerful tools known to strategic communicators. But powerful tools are also pretty easy to mishandle. 459 more words

Press Releases

My School Has a Water Park. What Does Yours Have?

Contrary to the title of this post, the school that I attend does not have a water park (unless students tubing down a creek counts as a water park). 491 more words

Texas Tech