Manifesto, Try 2

I ended up using the blogs on Blackboard for two reasons, ones that in the end, make sense. One, it is easier for the students to access. They can see each other’s entries right there. Two, I can too.. This is one-stop shopping, so to speak, and that ease in communication counts for something. There’s […]

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A Manifesto about Creating a Manifesto

I’m teaching Gender Issues in Language and Literature this spring and as part of it, will be blogging along with my students. At first, I thought I might have then=m blog within Blackboard, thinking that would make it easier all around if not a little boring, but hey! easier is better, right? Well, it wasn’t;t […]

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Day 57

Even in an apartment complex, the Finger Lakes area of New York does winter well.

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Day 56

Snow sneaking in overnight.

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Day 55

I’ll be taking a Project 365 sabbatical over winter break. There will be photo posts, but daily posts won’t resume until spring semester starts in January. In photo: my daughter’s cat, Harry.

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Day 53

I had six Intro to Poetry students succeed with the Poem-a-Day Challenge. Three of them did all 30 days. Wow!

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Day 52

The gold ceramic sculpture was done as part of a series of sculptures seen as repositories for the essence of specific people. I loved this one, and as it turned out, the sculpture found its “person.” My eldest cat Pierre posed by the sculpture regularly until it became cleat that it was of him– the […]

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