Everyday Basics

16 Jan 19
Ruins & Its Effects

“Hey Khoi! Check out what I tag you on Facebook.” There it is. My friends had tagged me on another post. I started looking at the post, and quietly let out a laugh in the middle of class. Since my first exposure to this Facebook page, I have become an addict. It has become a […]

24 Feb 19
motorcycles

One of the most important aspects of motorcycles, and the number one thing that deters people from buying motorcycles is their question of safety. Are they safe? Are they safer than cars? I bet you’re more than likely to say no, however the truth in that matter is that motorcycles definitely are safe in today’s […]

24 Feb 19
UWP 104D

Addressing The Needs Of Autistic Preschoolers In The Classroom As soon-to-be teachers, I think we could all agree that education access is a basic human right; every child deserves to receive an adequate and quality education — including children with disabilities or special needs. In this blog, I will focus on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD); […]

24 Feb 19
Providence, not Fate

Saving the Reformation: The Pastoral Theology of the Canons of Dort by W. Robert Godfrey OVERVIEW Rating: 5 out of 5 Length: 9 hrs. to read (265 pages) Short Summary: Where did the five points of Calvinism come from? In the 400th anniversary year of the Synod of Dort, Dr. Robert Godfrey walks the reader through this landmark of church history and […]

24 Feb 19
What Way Forward?

Excerpts From “Theory” Relating to Determinism

24 Feb 19
Johanna Nalau | Adaptation Hooks

I am halfway reading Priya Parker’s book “The Art of Gathering” and it has really made me question a lot of the norms that we have all around us how to gather. For example, the piece I wrote last week about how to create more meaningful gatherings really struck a cord with many of my […]

23 Feb 19
bpreeyamblogs

FROM ITER TO PLACEMENT DAY & FROM PLACEMENT DAY TO JOB “In the forest of competition, to find a good job you have to be like a wolf, able to smell out the best meat rather from a distance” The main intention of narrating this story-a non-fiction one is not to showcase any deficiency but […]

23 Feb 19
TheSeniorSpot

When you struggle with low vision issues, you may have several activities that are impacted and can’t necessarily be performed the way they once were capable of doing so. I get it and know that it can be frustrating for you. Depending on what the activity it is and what exactly your low vision condition […]

23 Feb 19
Woman in dress wedding accessories

Women clothing what fashion 7 day 20 BEST CLOTHING TIPS FOR MEN AND WOMEN, time: 16:34 Women clothing what fashion 7 day that Shop at Amazon Fashion for a wide selection of clothing, shoes, jewelry and watches for both men and women at Free shipping and free returns on eligible items.In addition to men’s and […]

23 Feb 19
Computational Arts Reseach

Project Proposal for term 2 research project. What it the overarching area of research? Human Computer Interaction and the mind as seen in yogic sciences. I will be looking at epistemology and ontology through ancient yogic culture and linking it to technology. According to yogic sciences there are 16 dimensions to the mind – 4 […]

23 Feb 19
halfwheel

In case you missed it, I was exhausted pretty much all of Thursday. On that note, Friday didn’t start much better. That being said, I was looking forward to my planned Friday visit, which was a trip to a Quesada farm, a bit different from the company’s normal tours which are usually at the factory. […]

23 Feb 19
Queer Kentucky

Sanjay Saverimuttu, Louisville Photo by Sam English (Headshot for Choreographers Showcase 2019)  What does the word queer mean to you? How do you identify? Why? The word “queer” to me means expressing your gender or your sexuality in a manner that risks being disadvantaged by society. This world hasn’t been designed for our success, and yet […]

23 Feb 19

By: Justin Graze Today’s Podcast is short and sweet. A recap of the goings-on over the last few days of Major League Baseball. The notes below were my basic guidelines for what I wanted to talk about, and they’re not properly organized or in the correct order. I figured it would be better to share […]

23 Feb 19
Fashion Trends

A basic tenet of The Price Is Right is that contestants need to guess the cost of something without going over – exceed the actual price, and you’re cooked. At Milan Fashion Week on Feb. 21, Moschino broke every rule by going way over the top in its latest runway show inspired by the hokey […]

23 Feb 19
Akalolo

This will be my first attempt at writing prose, so feedbacks will be highly appreciated.