Monthly Archives: February 2015

THON Debate (RCL Bonus)

When I first considered going to the debate on the potentially harmful nature of THON on student academic success, I wasn’t really sure what to expect. Let’s be honest, I was only REALLY going because it counted for extra credit! … Continue reading

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Hand-Typed, with Love (Passion Post 13)

How many doors did you open today? How many zippers did you zip? Did you button any buttons? Do you think you could have done any of these things, well or even horribly, without your hands? How many people have … Continue reading

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Needle In-Hand (Passion Post 12)

We as people tend to take things for granted. Things from our bodies, to our minds, even down to the clothing on our backs. If you’re in civilized America, as I trust you must be, I would assume you are … Continue reading

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Easily Handled: Puppeteering (Passion Post 11)

All of us at some point in our lives have been thrilled, enchanted, or perhaps even disturbed by a particular genre of entertainment. And I’m not talking about just any entertainment. In fact, traces of this amusing feat date back … Continue reading

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Swedes and Students (Civic Issues 2)

“What a country needs to do is be fair to all its citizens – whether people are of a different ethnicity or gender.” – Chinua Achebe, “patriarch of the African novel” (Seen here) At first glance, most of us would … Continue reading

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