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Farewell, My Lammas Love

Lammas Day, the 1st of August, was traditionally the start of the harvest, when the first wheat was cut and made into loaves that would be given to the church to thank God for the crops. 634 more words

The Songs Of 'Calendar'

TRANSFERmation and R U Purple?

All the international students attending UWW this fall.

Transfer and exchange students getting ready for the rally. Purple is the colour!

They had all the freshmen and transfer students run in on Perkins Stadium through a tunnel made up of the sports teams where they greeted everyone with “high-fives”. 21 more words

Student

Tuesday September 2, 2014 our house 5months 1 day

Dear Harvie Sue,

I am trying to write this as fast as I can. Your Uncle Tony is coming to stay for a week and help us around the house so I don’t know when I will get time to write again. 731 more words

Letters To Harvie

Lest We Forget: A New Tradition

Post by Jared Dauenhauer, assistant director of student leadership & engagement 

One of my favorite places on campus is the Carl Grant Events Center. It houses one of the best places I’ve found to meditate and reflect, Heritage Center. 614 more words

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An Unseasonal ARC Haiku Review: Santa Clauses...

Welcome one and all to our unseasonably jolly post! It’s Mad Martha with you today, bringing you an early Christmas present – Santa Clauses: Short Poems from the North Pole… 523 more words

ARC Reviews

Klexicon Entry: A is for Asphodel

We’ve heard it sung many a time in Kokosing Farewell, certainly we’ve taken our opportunities to emphasize the first syllable to ASStounding comedic effect (SEE WHAT I DID THERE?) but what is asphodel and more importantly  170 more words

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