Monthly Archives: May 2015

Maybe This?

I’m always looking for new ways to grade, to make grading easier and faster, and to help students get more out of my responses to their work. Some of the things I’ve tried have worked well while others have been … Continue reading

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Without the “Old,” Will There Be a GOP?

Today Politico published a piece about something Doc and I have been discussing for some time, and that is that voters who identify as republican are generally older folks. And, well, to be blunt, they’re dying off. In “The GOP … Continue reading

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Orphan Black: The Battle Over the Female Body

As with so many things dealing with contemporary pop culture, I came late to the genre-bending cult phenomenon of Orphan Black, now in its third season. I saw BBC America was offering a marathon of the first two seasons before … Continue reading

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