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Charlotte Brontë's The Professor

…she liked to learn, but hated to teach.”–Charlotte Brontë’s The Professor

Teachers seldom express a distaste for teaching.

It takes the Brontës to say what you shouldn’t say.

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Lessons from The Professor: Breaking down The Web Slinger jukemove

Back in 2003, Grayson Boucher left small-town Keizer, Ore., to join the And1 MixTape Tour traveling all over the world breaking ankles and taking names on the hardwood. 386 more words

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Exciting Opportunities!

My husband received some wonderful news this week. He was accepted into the Masters of Teaching program at the University of Portland! This is a great opportunity for him, and by extension for the rest of the family. 390 more words

The Hangover

Oh I hurt today. I went out with my buddy last night, wound up having plans fall through with another friend, but in the end found myself at The Professor’s apartment before the night was over. 381 more words

Adventures With Men

Lessons from The Professor: Breaking down The Crazy Legs jukemove

Back in 2003, Grayson Boucher left small-town Keizer, Ore., to join the And1 MixTape Tour traveling all over the world breaking ankles and taking names on the blacktop and hardwood. 547 more words

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The Professor asks a Question: "Does Form have to Follow Organ Failure?"

“Why must design for a patient’s comfort be a sick joke?”

When the Professor asked the above question in 2004, he did so as both a patient and as a designer; as someone who has been a long-term recipient of treatment for chronic medical conditions, and as a designer and teacher who, in receiving those treatments, found himself flummoxed as to why their net design effect was so debilitating. 2,602 more words

Design Disciplines