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First Time Now Again

Walking the vineyard in A.M. Fall engrossing all steps. Color palate adjusted purposefully, for me, I have myself believing. I feel like a traveler from Iowa or North Dakota or Canada visiting ‘wine country’, my first time. 32 more words


Keeping a writing journal

Here are a few articles on keeping a writing journal. This first one includes approaches used by our classmates this semester like writing letters and keeping a travel journal: 47 more words

Advice & Inspiration

Social comparison plays a big role in paranoid thoughts

Social comparison is almost everywhere in daily life, and it certainly affects one’s self-concept and subsequent behaviors. Previous research showed different relationships between social comparison and numerous constructs. 322 more words


Facing the Challenge Offered by Graphic Medicine

Guest Post by Susan Squier and J. Ryan Marks

Since its beginning, the journal Configurations has fostered “the multi-disciplinary study of the relations among literature and language, the arts, science, medicine, and technology.” Those are the words of editors Melissa Littlefield and Rajani Sudan when they assumed the editorship two years ago. 928 more words



Umbrellas up– though rain’s just a tap away– glasses out and bottles uncorked. Riveted. They all forget, the visitors, that this is a job. Fantasy, they say.. 12 more words


PGR student induction: Making the most of the library

Thank you to all the new research students who worked so hard in today’s session in the library.

Given how many tools we covered in the morning, I thought it might be helpful to provide a list of these, with links, so you can revisit them later at your leisure.  341 more words



Day start. Clouds and thinly iced air, not too harsh. Exit car, make walk to punch clock and begin. Adventure no, just a repeat. But there’s a day ahead– wine and questions and commissions and pouring. 11 more words