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What Would You Do Over If You Had the Chance?

Life is full of decisions and choices. We make them everyday. Some we look back on and wish we had decided or chosen differently, for whatever reason. 67 more words

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Help Shape Virtual RE for the Fall

At the CYRE (Children Youth Religious Education) Team meeting this Tues., July 14th (6:30-8pm), we will work to make decisions on what virtual RE will look like for the fall. 23 more words

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Why Use a Travel Agent?

Eiffel Tower, Paris – 2018

Often when people ask what we do and we say, “We own a travel agency,” it is not uncommon for the next words out of their mouth to be, “Do people still use travel agents?” The answer is, “Yes! 1,640 more words

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Mid-Term Course Survey: Summer 2020 Session 2

If you are a student currently enrolled in Summer 2020 Session 2 courses , please take a few moments to complete a short 5 question survey about your experience in your current course. 50 more words

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A Modest Insight

I was a literature major at university and graduate school. My focus of interest was two-fold: Medieval English Literature and English Restoration Drama. Of course the more restrictive education policies of the 1960s focused my studies on time-honored literature and literary theory but I embraced many misdirections and biases in my reading: a poor regard for American literature, a violent disdain for best-sellers, a preference for poetry over prose, an almost complete avoidance of anything considered “Victorian.” 547 more words

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My thoughts on the Kentucky Commissioner of Education Decision

For many reasons I am very relieved that the Kentucky commissioner search has completed. Working with the Bluegrass community as Dean of @UKCollegeofEd, the @USNews top ranked College of Education in Kentucky (top 30 among publics in nation), is an incredible honor. 283 more words

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