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Juno Dawson and Diversity in the Library

If anybody wonders what kinds of things your school librarian gets up to on her days off (as I’m sure you don’t!), it is occasionally exciting. 541 more words

The Library

Lab Coat Blues [Kate Bernadette Benedict]

Oh, I got those science-based, gotta-cry blues.
I said, those wretched research blues.
I ain’t cured nothin’, that’s my only news.

Oh, I got me evidence-based blues. 302 more words

CDC Poems

Taste the World

On Friday, Southwest Hall hosted it’s FNC Taste the World!  Around 125 folks visited us, and it went very well!  The people that visited got to “tour” each continent to taste various foods and learn more about the cultures.  41 more words

Family trip to Bs As

So here I am, enjoying the rhythm of the BsAs here and there playlist, for the next story, which as the title says will tell of a trip to Buenos Aires… 1,557 more words


"Who Got the Power?" Definitely Not Women.

Wow! So many female singers in the industry right now, right? Yeah, not so much.

Here’s what a study found:

Has the postmodern revolution gone full circle?

By Colin Turfus

While discussions about the philosophical foundations of judgements of right and wrong are often framed in terms of rational versus irrational perspectives, viz. 1,521 more words

Cultural Analysis

BigBusiness Not Ready for Next Big Crisis

Diversity has many forms.

Eventually BigBusiness recognized that it had to become inclusive.

And, its lawyers, human resources departments, compliance experts, and public relations consultants helped manage workplace discrimination against races, ethnic groups, women, the disabled, and those with alternative sexual orientations. 70 more words

Career Paths