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PAINTING OVER GRAFFITI ON WALLS IS NOT THE SAME AS BLEACHING OUT BLOOD F...
The recent publication of the second damning GIEI report, first publicized in the New York Times with subsequent coverage on National Public
Sea Ranch, June 2016: A room with a view and starting a book campaign
For the past few years, I've made an annual trek to the northern California coast to Sea Ranch. This is a rather other-worldly place. Made u
How many CCCS workers advocate for the 4,600+ adjunct faculty? ZERO!
Mark DuCharme of the FRCC English Department poses with a pie chart showing how less than 12% of CCCS annual revenues go to the 4,600+ adjun
Campaign for Free College Tuition's Email Regarding My Publication - "A ...
The Campaign for Free College Tuition (CFCT) sent out an email earlier today to their followers about the fact that whether or not you're Re
The Problem Persists - Suicides and Student Loan Debt
Since I am going through old posts to wrap up the final chapters of my book, I am reminded of the work I did before anyone else was talking
Seven Reasons to Read A Dance to the Music of Time - The Millions
The romantic relationships in this series are an utter mess. Almost everyone who gets married gets divorced, usually sooner rather than late
The PARCC censorship controversy, and what the NY Times left out
Update: For more on this controversy, see today's NY Times, which sadly omits mention of the Fair Use exception to the copyright law, and qu