• We all know there are too many places on the web to go for news, to be inspired, to be challenged. Sure, it can be overwhelming, but every now and then I find something that feels different in a provocative way. My new find is JSTOR Daily: Where News Meets Its Scholarly Match. Describing itself,… [Continue Reading]

    Klingon & Utopia: JSTOR Daily
  • We’re all told not to do this. That phrase has even become a way of saying, “Don’t be superficial. Take the time to look beneath the surface.” But there are some book covers that just beg the reader to pick them up. This morning I decided to take a few minutes (I know this is… [Continue Reading]

    Judging a book by its cover
  • It’s true.  Everybody poops.  It’s also true that 2.6 billion do not have access to clean water or adequate sanitation.  In response to that distressing problem, Shayna Cooke’s Biology II students are exploring ways to design an inexpensive, light, and easy-to-use toilet for densely populated regions in India. Prior to the Skype session, the Bio… [Continue Reading]

    #everybodypoops: exploring affordable sanitation in developing countries
  • There’s a whole lotta building going on in the library! Students from the AP Computer Science Principles class are building a high performance PC. This is the first of 4 they’ll build. And this project has a language all its own. I eavesdropped on their work and you can, too. If you have 2 minutes… [Continue Reading]

    Ho Hum…Not in the Saunders Library
  • On display around campus are the notebooks of those in the Collegiate community.  You’ll find Coach Peavey’s basketball plays, Ms. Priddy’s ideas for choreography, thoughts on learning about learning, zen doodles and more.       Be on the lookout for Ideas in Progress as you wander campus.   Other notebook-related links (in no particular… [Continue Reading]

    Sneak a peek: Notebooks on Display

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