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Please register here for a spot on bus transportation to the Josiah Epps memorial service on October 25, 2016. The bus will leave from in front of Marsh Chapel at 9:40am on that day, and will travel to both the service and the burial before returning to campus.
I’ve had convos with young, eligible voters who dis voter registration and voting in general. From these conversations, I have brief moments where I doubt my personal foundation and life’s meaning, I’m not mad at them – I don’t like it, but I understand.
I hope you realize that you are powerful. Particularly, when you are hanging out with your peeps. Much more than the old heads, you’re in and around a variety of social settings – house parties, clubs, bars, and impromptu gatherings – where there can be great socializing. This video is the best push I’ve seen […]
Welcome and welcome back! It’s hard to believe – another year around the sun (I’m getting old). Let me ask that question we’ve all asked and answered so many times today: how was your break? I hope it was wonderful – restful, productive, and beautiful. I hope you can observe – with me – the […]
You brought great energy to the campus and the celebratory confetti is still falling. It wasn’t the same without you. Nice work! You also brought your joy and an inspiring spirit to Commonwealth Avenue. We showed you off, now it’s time to show you around, and introduce you to the place – challenging academics; the […]
On your way to Comm Ave? Show us your trip and what you’re diggin’ along the way. We want to peep the scenes of your trip up to Boston. Your packed ride. Your sticker-laden luggage. Your map? The coffee and nosh stops along the way. The quiet and peaceful airport? Your sparkling clean room and […]
I keep a running polemic – in my head – about Community. I’m no expert, but I spend lots of time thinking about and observing communities. Personally, I’ve always found Community to be too buttoned-up for my addiction to those things novel, uncertain, complex, and challenging. I get too sedentary hanging with Community and quickly […]
(I’m calling fanboi warning on this post.) I believe in Funk. The first time I heard Parliament-Funkadelic’s “Do That Stuff” I was in – knee deep. Funk. The bomb. P-Funk. Uncut, lip-curling, stank, funk! I realized that I was a Funkateer all my life and never realized it. (Name-shouts for James Brown, The Bar-Kays, Booker […]