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The abnormal “normal”
4 years ago

The abnormal “normal”

Normal isn’t really a yardstick by itself.

It’s a standard we create based on a stereotype.

In conversation, we’ll often hear people saying what is and what isn’t normal …
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YouTube Recommendation: Game Theory
4 years ago

YouTube Recommendation: Game Theory

To be completely honest, I had a hard time coming up with a topic for this week’s blog.

I thought I would make a Netflix recommendation, but I could only …
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Back to the basics for Lent
4 years ago

Back to the basics for Lent

One of the most obvious differences between UTD and Baylor, my alma mater, is that Baylor is a Baptist, private school while UTD is secular and public. I honestly don’t …
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20 Shades of Hot Chocolate
4 years ago

20 Shades of Hot Chocolate

Alright so you’re iced in. Now what? You can pretend to be using these days off to do homework but we all know you’re binge watching some Netflix show and …
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10 ways to spend the snow days
4 years ago

10 ways to spend the snow days

We’re moving into day two of school closings. I don’t know what y’all did today but from the perspective of a graduate student, here are 10 things I spent today …
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A sugar flood, no Noah’s Ark
4 years ago

A sugar flood, no Noah’s Ark

It’s freezing out here in Dallas, and several hot cups of tea later, I’m still not quite unfrozen.

While I’m here, trying to be Princess Elsa (exaggeration alert), farmers in …
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Review: Jack White’s chunky guacamole
4 years ago

Review: Jack White’s chunky guacamole

If you’ve been on the internet at all recently, you’ve likely seen a headline with the words “Jack White” and “guacamole” in it. This article is no different. I’ve long …
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Lock, hide and take: quick tips for cyber safety
4 years ago

Lock, hide and take: quick tips for cyber safety

This time, I am going to do a different kind of blog.

It’s going to be a list, but not one of those useless lists that don’t provide anything of …
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Coffee: good or bad?
5 years ago

Coffee: good or bad?

“Drinking coffee could help protect your DNA from damage,” is the latest of several headlines that seem to make their way into my Facebook news feed. In true fashion, I …
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Changing the urban-scape
5 years ago

Changing the urban-scape

This past week, the sunshine and lovely weather in Dallas got me out a lot more, and as I walked down the sidewalk, I thought to myself how robotic and …
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