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November 7, 2008
Yesterday, my friend Ezra and I put the finishing touches on our application to teach our ExCo (Experimental College) class on Experimental Typography for a second time. It was easier this time around; all we had to do was update the syllabus, update our budget request, and complete the short application from the ExCo committee. No faculty recommendations, no interviews this time. It really couldn't have been easier. That is, unless we were on the same continent.
November 6, 2008
I know that my many years of avoiding garden work at home would suggest otherwise, but I love biking out to the George Jones Farm to work on OSCA's small plot of land.
November 6, 2008
It is hard for me to describe the atmosphere I witnessed that night, but it was certainly nothing like I had ever experienced before. Surrounded by friends and strangers, new faces and old, it hardly mattered whether you knew the person standing next to you or not--but you were inevitably going to give them a hug.
November 6, 2008
Since you are here, I assume you are considering Oberlin as one of your college choices...good job! About me (the basics) *I'm a second year *African American Studies and Econ are what I focus my...
November 5, 2008
When I tell my kids where I was when this part of history was made, I will say this: I was in Oberlin. The best place in the world.
November 3, 2008
"Professors' Liberalism Contagious? Maybe not." -New York Times "Am I supposed to be surprised? No." -Me
November 2, 2008
I went as Bettie Page, which is hard to do.... in public. For the sake of Oberlin College, I won't do too much description. Suffice to say, I looked classy.
October 30, 2008
I had the distinct pleasure of flying to Rome for fall break to see my S.O., who is studying Classics there, and I got to employ a lot of what I've learned in classrooms and the coops during my stay.

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