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Author Archives: Harry Brake
Following our long -awaited Cross Country Banquet covering the past two seasons – a teammate came up to me and told me there were sorry and apologized because they knew they could have done better. That never left me, and … Continue reading
It is refreshing to have a reminder, in a lesser form than the pandemic, of what can lead individuals to greatness beyond what is right in front of us. When I saw this image of Duane landing first place, and … Continue reading
I still think it is amazing the things we miss. At nine years old, Amaya was simply was a puppy again at training. HUGE credit of course goes to Andres Jannou for the years he actually did spend on her … Continue reading
**Warning ahead of time, if the existence of runons and lack of punctuation puts the fear of God in you, be forewarned, this happened below in order to reproduce the speed of all events happening in a given day as … Continue reading
Sitting in my car on Friday, letting the realization of how a weekend will feel and feels, we all have done it. Realizing it IS the weekend, excited about an open door that allows possiblities within the framework of Covid, … Continue reading
Personal question, 1 of 3 I have today but this one is on my mind. Are there any students/adults out there that didn’t realize that school librarians are taught in a Master’s of Library and Information Science (and start this … Continue reading
Tell Me Sweet Little Lies: Racism, Bias, Confirmation, and the Disinformation Epidemic – Featuring Nicole A Cooke, PhD
Perhaps one of the most powerful aspects of Dr. Cooke’s presentation is what I thought I knew, and how much I had not fully realized – then it came to me, being in the School of Information – wasn’t that … Continue reading
Bearing to Carry, the Ray of Light We Need Most Right Now – Creativity – Bringing the Raybearer Into Focus
Jordan Ifueko, as a debut author, featured as Delaware’s Festival of Words author on March 4th was different than many have experienced in a long time. Within minutes of starting, all participants were knee deep into discovering what it meant … Continue reading
On March 2nd, Catherine Ryan Hyde‘s visit with readers of her book “Have You Seen Luis Velez?” created quite an awakening and set of realizations about the world around us. One of the attendees stated it was as if “She … Continue reading
The optimism that author Jewell Parker Rhodes carried with her, despite the constant roadblocks of discrimination, racism, and derogatory reactions to controversial topics was amazing. That was the predominant nature of someone who is able to stand up for what … Continue reading