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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Aesop's Fables

According to legend, born in approximately 620 BC, the Greek fabulist and story teller, Aesop, has been accredited with a plethora of stories each serving to teach invaluable lessons through the use of animals and inanimate objects that speak, problem solve and are generally anthropomorphic.  158 more words

Thought For The Day

The Skincare Edit.

I feel as though in Winter, most people’s skin can take a bit of a hit. Mine definitely has and I want to make a little extra effort to make sure my skin is feeling really cared for. 325 more words


A Saint No Better for the Beating

TREE: Walnut

LOCATION: University Union

The tree is the “last relic” of the Holy Name school – a Catholic school established by theJosephite sisters, which stood on that spot between 1932 and 1969 (before the University swelled again and overtook the space). 299 more words

Famous Sayings: #95 — ‘Familiarity Breeds Contempt’

January 6, 2018

I like to keep most of my co-workers at arm’s length because, as they say, familiarity breeds contempt.

Today, I thought I’d go with a phrase that is itself very familiar (although very cynical).

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