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Imposter Syndrome

It is not the critic who counts; not the main who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better.

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Teddy Roosevelt's Darkest Day was Not as US President

Teddy Roosevelt’s darkest day did not occur while he was President of the United States, but rather 17 years earlier.  On February 13th, 1884, Roosevelt was working in the New York state legislature in Albany, attempting in his usual energetic fashion to get a government reform bill passed.  544 more words

Forgotten History

Three Plots Still Available in RU Community Garden at Schaumburg Campus

Roosevelt’s Schaumburg Campus Community Garden is one of the origin sites for our university’s sustainability movement, and is a thriving hub of gardening innovation and community building. 96 more words


Obama Apologizes to Japan for Roosevelt Dropping F-Bomb

HIROSHIMA (The Barbed Wire) – President Obama made his trip to the site of the world’s most famous bomb blast, to make an apology for former President Roosevelt dropping a more powerful bomb. 251 more words


Roosevelt Hypnotizes Us With Dance & Fruits in “Colours/Moving On”

Maybe he’s a Fruit Ninja aficionado or just wants you to eat healthy, but German electronic producer Roosevelt has been squeezing in fruit cameos in his hypnotic chillwave music videos – to the extent we think there’s some fruit placement ad going on. 180 more words


Roosevelt Community Cabinet Notes

Roosevelt Planning Principal Aqueelha James met with the Community Cabinet last week to talk about next steps for the group as the school transitions to the new building this fall. 37 more words