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An Elegy For Ms. Heather Heyer

Oh love,

I’m so sorry you had to leave so soon.

I’m so grateful you ran into the breach.
I hope we recover from losing you. 172 more words

Current Events

Spacing Out: the Privilege of Personal Space

Over the last few months, I have fallen in love with HGTV. I love their renovation shows. I love Property Brothers. I love Buttetification. I love pretty much anything they offer except one particular show – Tiny House Hunters. 595 more words


I Attended my First Rally Last Night

I showed up at the bar at around 7:15, though the event I found online said that they were going to be meeting at 7. My shift ended at 7, however, and I didn’t know anyone that was going to be there in the first place, so I figured that didn’t really matter that much. 1,090 more words


Using SMART-Signal Data to Predict Red Light Running at Intersections

This project developed a methodology using traffic data collected by the SMART-Signal system to identify intersections prone to red light running and, therefore, serious crashes. This methodology could help MnDOT prioritize intersections for safety improvements. 853 more words

Traffic And Safety

Intersections: local and international poetry in Manchester

A unique evening of international and local poetry exploring how words connect people from very different parts of the world. This special event proudly presents award-winning poets from Canada alongside poets who live and work in the Manchester and Salford area. 52 more words

Tom Jenks

Trans Military Ban: Some Early Thoughts

Content note: transgender rights, transphobia, transantagonism, LGBTQ discrimination

By now most of us in the U.S. have read of the president’s tweets about overturning an Obama-era decision allowing transgender individuals to serve in the military. 431 more words


Migraine Monday: Everything is (not) fine

I’m teetering on the edge of hope and absolute nihilism. I guess that makes me a Millennial, amiright?

Life in the two years of blogging silence has been a glorious shitstorm. 324 more words