Ginger Pop: Victory Begins at Home

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By: Amber Kelly-Anderson One of the major themes I find in writings and workshops geared toward teachers these days revolves around interfacing with the current technology coddled generation. Certainly this could be a… Continue reading

Ginger Pop: Escapades of a Would-Be Pop Culture Intellectual

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By Amber Kelly-Anderson From the time I was 15 and received my first copy of Entertainment Weekly with Simba on the cover to my disastrous foray into a reporting class as a 19-year… Continue reading

Breaking News: Barista Breaks Away From Daily Grind.

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By Katie Shaw Wake up. Shower. Get dressed. Go to school—It was my typical Tuesday routine. When I got home from my classes, I received a text from a guy in Austin who… Continue reading

A Concerned Texan Writes Ina Garten

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By Mitzi Sicking Dear Ina: I hope it’s okay I called you Ina instead of Mrs. Garten.  My momma raised me to call everyone by their proper titles, but you seem so nice… Continue reading

From The Baraza: No Two Directions Are Ever The Same

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Every journey must begin somewhere, the first step out the door. To celebrate our launch, our Residents have shared their answers to the following question: What is your favorite journey? Geneva My favorite… Continue reading