Still no snow in Rochester, New York; nevertheless, it’s still pretty cool.
Wanna know what else is cool? The bloggers listed in my January 2012 Mash-Up. They are new. They are now. They are what’s goin’ on.
From the English Department
Julie Gardner gets the Best Blog of the Month Award because she discusses getting laid. It’s not what you think. It’s about grammar, you pervs.
KD Sullivan remembers her beloved teacher in “Dear Mr. Reichhert”
Deb Bryan recalls a teacher who believed in her before she knew to believe in herself in “Lessons from a Tiger Teacher”
Transitioning Mom‘s beautiful piece “Out of the Ashes, Beauty” applies mythology to every day life.
Trish Loye Elliott reminds aspiring writers to “Take Your Writing Seriously.”
From the Philosophy Department
Dances With Chaos wonders: “Do You Need a Degree to be a Good Teacher?”
Kristen Lamb asks “Can Critique Groups Cause More Harm Than Good?”
From the Math Department
From the Home Economics Department
Frume Sarah gives us her Grandma Selma’s Crummy Chicken recipe. Made it. Loved it.
From the History Department
Gene Lempp weighs in with a Legend of The Stone Giant.
K.B.Owen writes about 19th Century Personal Enhancement Products. Can you say bust cream?
From the Art Department
The Cool Hunter introduced me to water-colorist Cate Parr – Fashion Illustrator. Oooh, pretty.
From the Politial Science Department
In an interview at EduClaytion with ClayMorgan, Piper Bayard explains “How Latinas Can End Jihad.”
From the Science Department
Zach Sparer makes me consider the dismal state of our NASA program in “Rocket Pact.”
From the Technology Department
From the Physical Education Department
Nina Badzin wonders How to Focus on Fitness Without Making our Kids Crazy.
El Farris discusses “Sandusky’s Effect on Coaches and Teachers.”
From the Music Department
Indie pop princess Ingrid Michaelson announced her upcoming tour. I’d love to see her in Toronto! Here is what Ingrid looks like these days:
I heart Ingrid. What do you think? Can I pass for her?
FYI: She totally does NOT have lenses in her glasses. So not fair.
From the Health Department
David N. Walker tells us to not to be afraid to ask for the neck protector the next time we find ourselves getting x-rays at the dentist in “Silent Enemy.”
From the Driver’s Education Department
Abby Has Issues swears: “I Can Drive 55.”
From the Teacher’s Lounge
Leanne Shirtliffe explains “Why Teachers Need to Laugh.” It is required reading. So.
From the Awesome-Sauce Department
- Tamara Out Loud’s “Pickle Kiss” is innocent. And yet so very naughty. Go and see. You know you want to. IYKWIM.
What awesome stuff has happened to you recently?
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