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Wombling through Winter

We spent Christmas with Graham and Rosie in Cornwall. After some initial minor (though not at the time!) problems with a delayed flight and a missing turkey, we settled down to a family celebration which brought back memories of times past when we were all much younger! 1,332 more words


Student Code of Conduct to be revised following Greek Culture change

Besides promoting accountability and a transparent line of communication between Greeks and administrators, the Student Code of Conduct will also be updated to match the Greek culture shift, according to the University’s general counsel. 172 more words

Michelle Marchante

Greek Life Makes Comeback: More than half of Greek chapters reinstated

More than half of Greek chapters were reinstated on Thursday, Feb. 1, and will be allowed to resume normal activities, with the remaining chapters still on “pause” until they meet reinstatement criteria. 180 more words

Michelle Marchante

Turbo Facts: Diogenes' Slice of Wisdom

When Diogenes, the ancient Greek philosopher, noticed a prostitute’s son throwing rocks at a crowd, he said, “Careful, son. Don’t hit your father.”



Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

November started well with a late birthday present for myself from Graham arriving by courier to the house. it was a good choice – a very, very tasty bottle of gin and I have sampled it on a number of occasions now! 1,796 more words


A dander in the Dodecanese

Firstly, many apologies for a lack of Posts since August. This has resulted from a combination of laziness, visitors and an unscheduled trip to Scotland. Anyway, here we are at last but in view of the time period to be covered, this Post will mainly consist of photographs, together with some explanatory commentary. 567 more words


Delphi Day Tour from Athens with Changi Recommends

If you’ve ever planned to head to Athens, you must have heard of Delphi. It’s essentially the “must do” day trip out of Athens. Delphi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site today, is arguably the most famous site out of Athens, home of the Oracle of Apollo and was revered as the center of the universe(where Heaven and Earth met) during ancient Greek times. 1,330 more words