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My Climate Action Day! My History with E-Waste

For Climate Action Day I helped lead the PLAN/Exeter sustainability initiative workshop. PLAN (Post Land Fill Action Network) is a sustainability consulting group that travels across the country to universities to help student leaders create effective sustainability plans that recycle and resell thrown out items. 1,042 more words

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From Grace...

et lacrimis turbavit aquas, obscuraque moto

reddita forma lacu est

-Ovid (The Metamorphoses, Book III, lines 475-476)

As we walk to our observation spots, the rain begins to splash onto the surface of the water, and the disturbance, manifested in a multitude of concentric ripples, reminds me of this passage describing Narcissus’ panic as his tears disturb his reflection, with which he’s fallen in love due to a curse. 256 more words

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First Impressions of the U.S.

Class 1B recently wrote stories about their first days in the United States. Read one story below and take the quiz afterwards to test your understanding! 281 more words

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"My Mask", Student Published Poem #1

National Poetry Month

In honor of National Poetry Month, I’ve selected student poems for publication to share with you. One of my favorite strengths of my 8th Grade Honors ELA class is their ability to dig deep, make personal connections from literature, and be introspective. 214 more words

National Poetry Month

The River...

The River is life and death. Just six words that encompass deep thought and creativity. The sun is caught and reflected by a spinning red leaf. 296 more words

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Study From Life: Adolph Braun, "Étude d'après nature," ca. 1860

Over the course of the Spring 2016 semester, students in ART 3573: History of Photography are visiting the OSU Museum of Art four times, seeing over 65 works from the permanent collection up close. 740 more words

Permanent Collection

"You Know What You Have To Do"

Heidi Chu ’19

You Know What You Have To Do

Breathe in…

Breathe out…

David hurried into the office; his shoes shuffled impatiently down the checkerboard carpet. 1,170 more words

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