THE NEW FORTY An open letter to STEM Center Principal Michelle Weber...
Dear Principal Weber,
At the outset, I ask that you share this letter with all of the faculty and staff at the STEM Center. I would also appreciate it if you shared it with the STEM family. I will be... Posted on 5/24/13 at 9:55 PM
IN THE BLACK Back to School Shopping Tips
One of my goals for the next month is to post each day of July about a List of 10 dealing with a personal finance or money saving idea topic.
Yes, I know its early to be talking about school starting... Posted on 7/22/12 at 7:59 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Mr. White American Man
Greetings! I have an exciting article today featuring parades, modeling, and being on stage. But first, I want to let you all know that my book/eBook project, New Plateaus in China, was accepted and n... Posted on 5/12/12 at 9:15 AM
ALL ABOUT FOOD Flatbread: All-Purpose, All Delicious
While vacationing in Arizona a couple of weeks ago, I attended a cooking class at Sweet Basil Gourmetware and Cooking School in Scottsdale. My friend, Pat Sinclair, and I pulled into the parking lot o... Posted on 3/18/12 at 3:13 PM
COLOR ME GREEN Can Saving Trash Help Raise Money for Your Nonprofit?
If you just leave your bag of garbage by your front door Ill stop by and grab it on my way to work.
This probably isnt something most people Facebook message their friends about at 10:00 at night. ... Posted on 2/22/12 at 10:30 AM
Registration is open for participation in a statewide collaborative that allows K-12 educators to earn graduate credits for increasing their awareness of Wisconsin Technical College System programs and services during the week of June 17-21.
The University of Wisconsin-Superior was chosen to host a technology conference this summer that will bring researchers, clinicians and high-technology company representatives to campus from throughout the state.
Online registration is open for the sixth annual Wisconsin Science and Technology Symposium, which runs July 22-23.
A “beautiful,” a “blizzard” and a “disguise” were sighted inside Lake Superior Elementary School Tuesday, along with a slice of pizza, a velociraptor and a cosmonaut. Students were radiant, bubbly, patriotic, effervescent, quadrilateral, anonymous, mutated and a bit cattywampus during the school’s annual vocabulary parade.
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