Culture

15 Feb 19
Jessi Lumsden's Blog

For this week’s blog, I am planning out an open letter I am going to write to my high school Spanish teacher of 3 years, Mr. Teague, but I need help on how to best get my message across.  The main reason why I wanted to write this letter was to thank him for all […]

15 Feb 19
TNT

The prospects of American strawberries: Comprehensive review summaries the challenges, needs, and opportunities for strawberry growers A comprehensive review led by Jayesh Samtani of Virginia Tech and Curt Rom of the University of Arkansas encapsulates an understanding of the challenges, needs, and opportunities of strawberry growers across the United States. Samtani and Rom formed and […]

15 Feb 19
Cultures and Ethnicities

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15 Feb 19
Abby Peters

Are there certain professional relationships that you feel could have gone better? Does thinking about them make you uncomfortable? Recently, I was fortunate enough to be invited to esteemed author Patrick Lencioni’s first UnConference. It was 3 days of inspiration overload, we heard from so many great leaders. One of the most memorable parts of […]

15 Feb 19
The Live Collective Blog

Hey all! Earlier this week with Valentine’s Day in route, I shared with you an older post on owning your singleness. Now I’ve had several people approach me since writing the last blog to inquire if I am against relationships. And let me be clear that is ABSOLUTELY not true. I’m actually what I like […]

15 Feb 19
Teaching Tupou

I’m from New Zealand where there are a lot of Polynesians and also the native people of New Zealand, Maori, who greet each other by a kiss on the cheek. To me this is a sign of warmth and love for those you are greeting. I find it funny, however, when someone who is not […]

15 Feb 19
Parisian&Co

From Paris to London…
How to survive the cultural shock

15 Feb 19
Bible Worm

Several years ago, three professors at the University of Winnipeg called elementary schools to “go back to the basics” of math like vertical addition and subtraction, carrying numbers, times tables, and automatic recall of math facts.  More recently, a prominent coach called his players to “go back to the basics” of football like blocking and […]

15 Feb 19
The Beautiful Journey of Life

Source: http://bluechandrawellness.com/2018/05/29/patience/ Jean-Jacques Rousseau once explained that, “Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet.” Within the fast paced world we live in patience can sometimes feel like the last way we want to respond to our troubles and challenges. We are constantly being told that we need to act fast, be right, and always win. […]

15 Feb 19
WTVR.com

Two bills are headed to the governor’s desk requiring Dominion Energy to clean up millions of tons of coal ash at four Virginia power plants in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.