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sing a song of soup, or, may peace soup be with you

Since January is National Soup Month, thought we’d celebrate with a bit of art, a heartening song and a bowl of homemade soup. :) 1,308 more words

Poetry Friday

View From Section U ▲ Time For A Coaching Change

Let me start by saying that I think John Micheletto is a sharp, innovative hockey mind in the college game as well as a talented recruiter. 2,120 more words

John Micheletto

Music for Christmas, and Beyond

Music for Christmas, and Beyond   —by Jinny Batterson

I’m very lucky to have been born into a mostly musical family.  Starting as far back as I can remember, my mom sang children’s songs and lullabies to us. 702 more words

Christmas 1914: When Rank and File Imposed Truce During Imperialist War by Henry Hagins + John McCutcheon: Christmas in the Trenches

Dandelion Salad

by Henry Hagins
Workers.org, Dec. 16, 2014
December 24, 2015

The “Christmas Truce of 1914” was a short-lived, unofficial lull in combat between two antagonistic rival forces, determined to exercise military, political and economic supremacy over each other in Europe and in the colonized world, to which these imperial powers lay arrogant false claim. 1,004 more words


Favorite Christmas songs

Each year, there are three songs I make a point of hearing several times during the Advent and Christmas season. While they may not appear on the list of classical Christmas carols or music, they speak of the hope and possibility and peace of the season. 33 more words



I was teaching on a year sabbatical replacement contract at Southwestern College in Winfield, Kansas for the 2001-02 academic year.  In my new faculty welcome pack, there was a day ticket to the… 452 more words