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merrybrides:

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If you consider yourself a novice at working with flowers but you’d like to learn how make a bouquet for your wedding (you can do it!!) there are two tips I can give you:


1) Make your bouquet in a vase first. This will make it much easier for you to manage and will…

artofdisguise:

I would just like to share something I’ve held in for a while.

For Black History Month,  the Black Student Union was provided a bulletin board outside the Dean’s office by Co-Curricular Programs in Union Hall to decorate.

This was decorated on February 2nd.

We worked hard in displaying and commemorating strong affluent leaders and inspirational figures of the Black community. Unfortunately, our works were recently discovered to be ripped down and what remained was a picture of the late Trayvon Martin (originally being part of the collage).

This discovery was found on February 13th.

The act seemed quite intentional being that the pictures were attached to a larger piece of paper as the backdrop of the collage. The late Trayvon Martin’s picture had to have been ripped away from this collage and reattached to the bulletin in order for it to stand alone. I have provided pictures of the bulletin board before and after the desecration.

The school has done nothing towards this issue. Although it was in February, I still that some sort of public announcement of intolerance has to be sent out to the student body.

I will not stress how many times this school has brushed under the rug, so many racial issues.

What do you guys think? Would you be mad? Would you care?

If so , do share, and reblog this photo and spread around the type of experiences people of color go through at PWI’s. 

merrybrides:

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Everyone has had to deal with one skin issue or another at some point in their lives, whether it’s acne, dryness, sensitivity, oiliness, discoloration or wrinkles.Thankfully, most of these issues are easily dealt with, if you’re willing to give your face a little love and attention….

theyuniversity:

via BizarroBlog
teachinginthemiddle:

probabilitiesofcircumstance:

So, this is apparently a thing that is happening at my school…let’s hope my seniors don’t find out about it.

We have a wireless projector system at my school. In most classrooms, in order to project in that room you have to enter a code from that specific projector. However, for whatever reason, my projector doesn’t have that code—so if anyone selects my room from the list, they can automatically project to my screen.
Luckily none of the students know/realize this. I have had a few kids accidentally project into my room (they didn’t know it happened) when they were trying to present in another class. I hope they never catch on!

teachinginthemiddle:

probabilitiesofcircumstance:

So, this is apparently a thing that is happening at my school…let’s hope my seniors don’t find out about it.

We have a wireless projector system at my school. In most classrooms, in order to project in that room you have to enter a code from that specific projector. However, for whatever reason, my projector doesn’t have that code—so if anyone selects my room from the list, they can automatically project to my screen.

Luckily none of the students know/realize this. I have had a few kids accidentally project into my room (they didn’t know it happened) when they were trying to present in another class. I hope they never catch on!

gjmueller:

Thanks Apple, Happy Birthday!

theyuniversity:

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The most important thing to know about colons is that the statement before the colon has to be a complete sentence, i.e. an independent clause.

They are very much like semicolons in that regard; however, unlike semicolons, colons do not have to be followed by complete sentences. In…

maybelline:

Bring on the drama.

maybelline:

Bring on the drama.

bbglasses:

GROW YOUR SCHOOL GRAPHICS
Even our bacteria have Penn State spirit !!! Found this Instagram:

#oldmain #nittanylion
E. Coli. We inserted a gene to make the bacteria blue, shaped them on the dish, and then placed a film over the bacteria which took the blue protein out of the cell. #nofilter #science #pennstatescience

Thanks @chris_gerace. Nicely done!

bbglasses:

GROW YOUR SCHOOL GRAPHICS

Even our bacteria have Penn State spirit !!!

Found this Instagram:

#oldmain #nittanylion

E. Coli. We inserted a gene to make the bacteria blue, shaped them on the dish, and then placed a film over the bacteria which took the blue protein out of the cell. #nofilter #science #pennstatescience

Thanks @chris_gerace. Nicely done!

girlwithalessonplan:

theatlantic:

Noah’s Ark: Round?

Today, a new object has been put on display at the British Museum: a tablet, light brown, covered in cuneiform script. The piece is approximately 4,000 years old, and approximately the size of a smartphone. It was discovered in modern-day Iraq—ancient Mesopotamia—and, upon deciphering, it seems to tell a story that will be familiar to many: that of a boat that will help a man to survive a flood. It mentions animals, and specifies that they should enter the boat “two by two.” 
Except the vessel in question isn’t a boat—at least, not in the way we tend to think of boats. 
The tablet at the British Museum offers instructions (delivered, in this case, from a Mesopotamian god) for building a vessel. It would be made of woven rope, and then reinforced with wooden ribs. It would be coated, to seal it from the water, in bitumen. It would be, in area, two-thirds the size of a soccer field. And it would be … round. 
The tablet gives instructions, in other words, for building a coracle: a large, round vessel.
Read more. [Image: AP/Sang Tan]


Anyone else teach Gilgamesh?  Super neato!

girlwithalessonplan:

theatlantic:

Noah’s Ark: Round?

Today, a new object has been put on display at the British Museum: a tablet, light brown, covered in cuneiform script. The piece is approximately 4,000 years old, and approximately the size of a smartphone. It was discovered in modern-day Iraq—ancient Mesopotamia—and, upon deciphering, it seems to tell a story that will be familiar to many: that of a boat that will help a man to survive a flood. It mentions animals, and specifies that they should enter the boat “two by two.” 

Except the vessel in question isn’t a boat—at least, not in the way we tend to think of boats. 

The tablet at the British Museum offers instructions (delivered, in this case, from a Mesopotamian god) for building a vessel. It would be made of woven rope, and then reinforced with wooden ribs. It would be coated, to seal it from the water, in bitumen. It would be, in area, two-thirds the size of a soccer field. And it would be … round. 

The tablet gives instructions, in other words, for building a coracle: a large, round vessel.

Read more. [Image: AP/Sang Tan]

Anyone else teach Gilgamesh?  Super neato!