Today I wrote this in my diary:
I’ve noticed a change in me since the NF1 diagnosis. I’m not sure how to express it. Before I was holding on and being strong and now it feels like I’ve let go, surrendered. 434 more words
There is an old axiom among cell biologists meant to caution against making assumptions about how certain proteins function, and it involves a hypothetical Martian. If that Martian came to Earth and looked down at a school from its spaceship, it would assume the main job of the school buses is to sit in a parking lot all day, because except for a few hours in the morning and afternoon, that’s all they do. 805 more words
Sherwood Park teenager Ryan Hauck is living his dream of playing basketball, thanks to a supportive coach and teammates.
Ryan’s mom, Kimberley Hauck, said her son just learned learned how to play basketball last year at the… 1,019 more words
The Midwest Artist Studios Project has spent the past three years traveling the Midwest interviewing 24 artists from 18 cities/towns. This project has been such a joy to create and to see how these artists have touched the lives of art students through online interactions, emails, and social media. 477 more words