Thank you and I agree. “No, you’re not entitled to your opinion.
Monthly Archives: May 2013
Kids these days use the phrase, “I call b.s.” In the case of a billboard and a dead dictator, it should be “I call lunacy.” Or “I call idiotic.” Or anything that points to paranoia, insanity, and just plain stupidity. … Continue reading
I do love this time of year.
Sometimes I find myself reverting back to Strunk and White when grading student papers, writing in the margins that the best writing is efficient writing. As a college student, I was a member of the nationally respected (and feared? 🙂 … Continue reading
Forbes magazine’s Halah Touryalai reports that one-third of millennials regret going to college. Is higher education falling down the ivory tower? College (Un)bound: 10 College Myths Debunked infographic by NikolaM and AnitaS.
I know that once flowers fade we’re not supposed to find them beautiful, but I must admit I found my first peonies of the spring beautiful, even as they were withering away. There’s so much life around us in the … Continue reading
As a part of the 2013 Instructional Technology Immersion Seminar several faculty members are learning new ways to incorporate technology into our classrooms. More importantly, I’m realizing all of the ways in which these technologies can help you, the student, … Continue reading
It’s Monday. It’s the first Monday of summer break, or as I choose to look at it, the first Monday of my sabbatical. I know that technically my sabbatical doesn’t begin until the fall semester, but why put off until … Continue reading
Today, my sabbatical began. Well, I guess, technically it didn’t because my sabbatical is for the fall semester making today the first day of summer break. Does it really matter? To me, no. Perhaps to you it does… whoever ‘you’ … Continue reading
I just couldn’t help myself. And clearly she couldn’t either.