We, the decent drivers who try to obey the traffic laws for the safety of our fellow man, are watching….
That 0.00000000000001 percent makes all the difference.
By Kelly Watt, Assistant Dean of Graduate Admissions & Alumni Relations
I’ve been fortunate enough to work at Naropa in a variety of capacities for the past six years. This time has been incredibly transformative for me, and I still marvel at how special our community is. We encourage ourselves to do more, to become better. We support one another as we grow. We are in the moment, always our authentic, human, imperfect selves.
Yet as I reflect upon my own college experience, there are things that I miss. The rhythm of the fall semester as it leads up to homecoming week, for instance – not that I ever attended a football game, or was part of a sorority, or cheered on a squad. But the idea of a week where the whole university community comes together to celebrate our shared experience, uniting past, present, and future generations of students?…
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Lady Gaga is known for her outlandish outfits, but this is just ridiculous.
Voting for a third party this year is like being given the option between chicken and the plane crashing into the side of a mountain, but calmly asking for a banana split instead.
I agree. Would I post it on my blog if I didn’t?
If people in the far future were to unearth troves of 20th and 21st-century photographs, the first thing they might ask is “Why are they always smiling?”
Source: The Case For Real Smiles