Two Letters Have Already Been Published By the time I returned home from class on TUE OCT 29, two Letters to the Editor had already been published beneath the “Trump Got Booed” Op-Ed. I went ahead and completed one for … Continue reading →
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Feedback, please. I’ve created a new category for your posts. To increase my responsiveness to your need for feedback, do two things. Leave a Reply to your own work detailing the sort of feedback you seek. For example, do you … Continue reading →
Your Favorite Professor (that’s me, in case you’re wondering) is self-producing his 10-minute play “Marks and Lennon” as part of an afternoon of short plays for the Philadelphia Free Fringe festival on SAT SEP 21 and SUN SEP 22. I … Continue reading →
I rarely restrict myself to just one word of advice, but in this case I think I can help out with just two. Click the “READ THIS” link. Before you post your own LTE Draft—Username, you might benefit from seeing … Continue reading →
I make no claim for the validity of these word origins, but they’re charming and sound reasonable. Did You Know: A SHOT OF WHISKEY’ In the old west a .45 cartridge for a six-gun cost 12 cents, so did a … Continue reading →
My Notes Portfolio Double-check Course Evaluations Navigate to Banner. Click the link for “Answer a Survey.” Schedule Individual Grade Conferences on the Professor Conference Chart All TR Grade Conferences THU DEC 11 Oral Presentations Defend the thesis of your Op-Ed, OR; … Continue reading →
My Notes Portfolio Double-check Course Evaluations Schedule Individual Grade Conferences on the Professor Conference Chart All TR Grade Conferences THU DEC 11 Oral Presentations Defend the thesis of your Op-Ed, OR; Describe the My Take section of your Throwdown.
The following are four examples of “only” abuse from this semester’s students. Decide which of the alternatives are the best and clearest claims. The jobless rate is only a representation of people without jobs that are still searching for jobs. … Continue reading →