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Tag Archives: Classic Upward Bound
Reflecting on today’s book talk, I went back to editing and publishing the first episode, of the LAST week of the Classic Upward Bound’s podcast – Week 6 – of transforming their community. This episode one, you realize that at … Continue reading
It all comes down to this – you either stand out with a voice or you blend in with the noise,with these tools and examining the Habits of Mind, Classic Upward Bound and Youth Voices combined to give you a … Continue reading
Adding Kumospace into the mix for Classic Upward Bound, Why? Paul explains … But the beach is always nice…
Authors. ARCS. Building Worlds. None of these truly came to light or really hit home in importance to me in college. The biggest breakthrough was when I had taken a World Literature course – Dr. DiMarco, Slippery Rock University, and … Continue reading
“The eye is that of a poet who has decided to interrogate beauty and try to capture it in the splendor of light.”
It happens every summer – necessity pushes me forward to seek out employment over the summer and catch up on the year’s expenses and then that experience becomes so rewarding, it sticks. Necessity certainly fueled my need to “catch up” … Continue reading