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The Night Before I Race

Tomorrow I will run in a race. My very first race. Ever. I won’t win. I’m not even attempting to win. I just want to do it because it’s happening and I’ve never experienced the crowded, jostling crush of a mad pack of crazies determined to push themselves to the limit for various reasons. 585 more words


The Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza: Repository of Hegemony, Identity Suppression & Empowerment

By Axel Roman

As a small child, I remember my mother taking me to an amazing urban park in Puerto Rico that was spacious and contained a larger- than- life playground for kids my age. 3,259 more words

Spatial Narratives: Phoenix, AZ

Little Bubble of Business

Emily Cunningham

Space and Place Blog Post

April 23, 2015

I work at the thunderbird school of global management, in the IBIC (international business information center) otherwise known as the library. 2,992 more words

Bodies In Space

The College Education Game Just Got Changed

Arizona State University (ASU) is partnering with the education nonprofit edX to offer students around the world the opportunity to take freshman year courses online — without a required SAT score or high school transcripts. 132 more words


About a year ago, my best friend started her road to make her way to “America.” We learned how to deal with the distance after my first big move to La Paz, Bolivia, but after coming to college and the uncertainty of when we would see each other again made us both start looking for options. 1,286 more words