Posts Tagged ‘transformations’

March 20, 2016

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College Corner March is a pivotal month for students; as temperatures warm and days lengthen, focus can be difficult. The month begins with exciting weeks anticipating and planning Spring Break, followed by the difficult return to reality – projects, due dates, and exams. Spring cleaning may conjure the image of a middle-aged woman clawing through an

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May 1, 2015

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When we think of “story,” we tend to think of three bears, a boy with magical powers, or the latest novel we’ve read. But story is so much more than that. Story guides our personal lives, as well as our collective culture. The U.S. was established as a nation whose shared story was “equality for

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February 22, 2014

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Many of you who know me well are familiar with my recent fascination with the human brain. My interest was sparked a couple of years ago while attending several continuing education classes that were designed and facilitated by Harvard Medical School neurologists. Their research and knowledge was so compelling that I fantasized (for a split

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December 22, 2013

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I feel such relief when I clear my desk and discard or file stacks of paid bills. Some bills, such as my monthly NY Times subscription, require little attention because they remain constant month-to-month. They are immediately paid and shredded – joy! Other invoices, while recurring, can vary greatly and must be closely monitored. My

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