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Living (And Cooking) by Feel. 4 Tactics to Learn From Failure.

I’m a cook. I’m a great cook. It’s taken years of practice to be great cook. I began my cooking career by making Hamburger Helper at about the age of 12 or so. 866 more words

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The Brief and Wondrous History of Punk's Backyard Grill

I read in the New York Times a while back that what sets companies apart in an ever saturated market, aside from good products or services, is a strong company story.   1,382 more words


"Yawn In" Scheduled For Friday, Nov 19

: Word is Talbert is going to have a nice showing, as Facebook lists a few thousand people in attendance.  In other creative Mark Talbert news, Emre ‘DJ Deniz’ Balci ’12, has hammered the final nail in Talbert’s publicity coffin: an epic and surprisingly… 87 more words

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Angry Hotel Prof. 'Willing to Let It Go'

With articles and mash-ups of Professor Mark ‘Yawn Outside’ Talbert’s late October tirade now breaking the ‘Cornell bubble’, the Hotel Administration lecturer spoke with The Review today on the topics of yawning and student mental health. 371 more words

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Hotel Prof. Erupts: 'YAWN OUTSIDE!'

Most kids know from a young age not to sleep in class.  But if you’re in Professor Mark Talbert’s lecture hall, you better not even yawn. 602 more words

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MRM #64

– The Statler Hotel takes a stand against bed bugs.

– Helium reserves to run out in 25-30 years, says Cornell Prof.

– Cornell set to… 53 more words

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What HSMAI Has Done for Me: A Student Perspective

As I look back on my four years as an undergraduate at Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration, I have much to digest.  Yes, there are the obvious, sometimes arduous academic memories that stick out – the stresses of deliverables, exams, and group projects to name a few – as well as the social nostalgia that swirls when I think about the many friends I have made and new relationships forged.  374 more words

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