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One of My Defining Moments as a Teacher, and I’d Take It Back If I Could.

Tim hung by the door as I walked up, a few minutes late to class. His pink hair, black eye liner, and neon tank presented a contrast to the individual I’d met the previous semester. Then, he’d worn his Appleby’s uniform as … Continue reading

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All of the Reasons This Image Frustrates and Angers Me

Can we please stop with the Twilight bashing? It’s feeling a bit warmed over at this point. Sure, Bella and Edward’s relationship is completely unhealthy – he’s a controlling creeper, and she’s a dependent, moping wreck of a female role model. As … Continue reading

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Yet Another Reason Why Sir Patrick Stewart Rocks My World: On Taking a Stand Against Domestic Violence

Sir Patrick Stewart ranks highly on my list of excellent actors and all-around damned-good people. I remember his beautiful, shining head and liquid voice when he played Captain Jean-Luc Picard on Star Trek: TNG. As a Shakespeare scholar, I have immense respect … Continue reading

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