Stronger Together Pt. 2

My disposition has changed exponentially in the last forty-eight hours. Like most of us, I've gone from shock and disbelief to confusion and skepticism, to sadness and fear, to anger and now to determination. My first wave of feelings were personal. I wanted a woman to be the president and I wanted it to be... Continue Reading →

Coming of Age in Mississippi

I was recently captivated by Anne Moody’s autobiography Coming of Age in Mississippi. This book is perfect for those of us that love to read about American history, and have particular interest in learning more about the Civil Rights Movement; or just those of us that love to read autobiographies and memoirs. Moody was born... Continue Reading →

Hundred Year Old Lessons

Some people might find this to be creepy, while others have said that it's haunting. If you know me well, you know that my era of choice is the 1900’s, so I find these chalkboard drawings from 1917 that were just discovered in an Oklahoma City public school to be utterly fascinating. They represent three... Continue Reading →

Let’s Talk STEM

As I near the end of my college career (in fact as of last Monday, May 11th, I am now officially an alumni of Arizona State University) I like to think I’ve learned more than just how to study for exams, how to buy expensive textbooks in the cheapest way possible (chegg.com, for reals), and... Continue Reading →

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