Looking out my study carrel window, I see an improbable snow storm in late March. The snow flakes are the size of silver dollars and it is quickly covering the ground. I hope this all lets-up soon.
KSU is into its second snow day of the Spring 2011 semester. That means more time for reading and writing! If you are snowed-in too and need something new to read, you should get caught up on the Mind Hacks blog here. It is the official website for the book by Tom Stafford and Matt Webb,Continue reading “Another Snow Day”
My second tier writing students are dropping off their final essays and earlier essay revisions this morning while the Lake Erie snow machine continues to spew wicked sideways snow.
I am confused by Kent State University’s decision to hold classes today despite the heavy snow and to not clear sidewalks on the peripheral of campus and leading to the West side of campus. Its bad enough that I live a block from the edge of campus and Y’s and my shoveling last night seemedContinue reading “Apparently Not a Snow Day”