Making the Classroom Digital; or, “BYOT”
education / Internet / rage

Making the Classroom Digital; or, “BYOT”

We all remember being in high school, right? It was a magical land of constant comparisons–in terms of clothes, grades, achievements, cars, etc. Do students really need another shiny yardstick with which to measure each other? Do you learn better then your classmate if your dad buys you a Macbook Air? Continue reading

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A Quick Scribble — Vibe with JENI/Jenny Suk
arts / Internet / Pop Culture

A Quick Scribble — Vibe with JENI/Jenny Suk

Since I’m looking to probably focus on cultural studies with a focus on Asian-America in the future, I’m always on the lookout for Asian-American forays into pop culture. And there are way too few talented Asian-American singers getting the recognition they deserve. Just came across the talented Jeni today (Jenny Suk), a Korean-American singer/cover artist/remix-er. … Continue reading

arts / Internet / modernity / Pop Culture / self-improvement / writing

The Beauty of Snail Mail

Some of my most treasured possessions are the letters and cards I have received over the years. Nothing quelled the homesickness I felt my freshman year quite like the notes and trinkets I received in the mail from friends, like pressed flowers from Ohio (welcome in a city basically without plants) or a hokey little … Continue reading