Monthly Archives: March 2015

In Praise of GLO’s Teacher Development Series: Writing-to-Learn

I can’t recommend the Graduate Life Office’s Teacher Development series, run by Greg Reihman, highly enough. Perhaps you’ve never attended because you’ve thought “I have years of teaching experience! I don’t need that!” or “Those things always cater to non-humanities … Continue reading

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We Call the Names: #BLACKLIVESMATTER

  “…We demand a fair trial by law for those accused of crime, and punished by law after honest conviction”—Ida B. Wells-Barnett Black Lives Matter. Black women have always been at the forefront of the fight for equal rights and … Continue reading

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