Are we alone? Like in terms of aliens and shit.
We can have a positive impact on children’s reading lives when we attempt to make sure every child’s life is reflected in books AND that every child can understand the experiences of other people by reading books. By doing this, we not only positively impact our students, but we improve our society as a whole.
It was a solid day on the courts for the UC Davis men’s tennis team as it swept its competition Saturday at Marya Welch Tennis Center. The Aggies opened the day with a 4-3 win against Nevada and capped the day with a 5-2 win over Sonoma State. Against the Wolfpack, UCD won the doubles […]
Selected invited presentations: Yale University. “Vietnamese les gender, community, and space in the phantasmagoria of real life.” (4/29/17) University of Southern California. Film screening and Q/A: “Queer Vietnameseness” documentary film by Quyen Nguyen-Le. diactrics reports on the screening. (2/12/16) University of California, Irvine. “Vietnamese American queer experiences” with Dr. Long Bui. Course: ASAM 151D “Vietnamese American Experience” with Professor […]
Hey Kitty Girls! So, Momma’s been lazy and while she’s seen the episodes, she hasn’t been updating. Yes, I know, the shade of it all. Anyway, I’m gonna give super quick summaries of the past two episodes and update points. Episode 3: Snatch Game of Love: This episode brings in a new variety of Snatch […]
Facebook Save the date! Battle of the Bands 2019 Hosted by AS Program Board Presents… Thursday, January 31, 2019 at 8 PM – 11 PM The Hub Who’s ready to rock? The time has come to go head to head with the best bands in Isla Vista at UCSB’s annual Battle of the Bands competition!Submissions […]
I originally compiled this list for the 2018 Women Writers Bingo, but decided to undust it and continue using it for this year’s “Around the World in 80 Books Mostly by Female Authors.” Basically this is an extract from my bookshelves (both TBR and read — “read” where I’ve already read other […]