For the victims of violence in Charlottesville: https://www.gofundme.com/united-cville-victim-relief
Nine! Nine before noon!
I have already spoken to half a dozen people today. Blech.
Sometimes I'm really sorry that I took a day not paying attention to what's happening in the world. Sometimes I'm really glad I didn't.
I feel both ways about today.
Okay okay okay. Now I REALLY need your help. Which of the following travel stories would you most want to read?
- Taking the train across the country to Glacier National Park and not visiting the park
- Accidentally catching a bus to Forks, WA
- Driving through the night and happening upon Carhenge
Your choice will impact my career. Choose wisely, and boost this post!
We've been having a lot of discussion in the library about taking a more active role in campus diversity and inclusion. Doing a little environmental scan of other libraries' efforts, I came across this: http://www.cosmopolitan.com/college/a8587721/university-of-kansas-libraries-gender-pronoun-pins/
Way to go, KU!
always look on the bright side!😁 https://social.homunyan.com/media/xovGzc9yrKr9Wg9CGNU
"Why aren't millennials starting investment accounts and 401k accounts and buying houses and preparing in general like there will be a planet left in 50 years when they can start thinking about retiring while continuing to work until they drop dead at their desk?"
*gestures vaguely at the entire world*
I'm a parent of a millennial and a 14-year-old and I've been surrounded by college aged kids constantly since finishing college myself in the 90's. They give me a lot of hope for the future as it seems to me these generations are only improving with each year.
I appreciate Jeet Heer addressing the millennial backlash: https://newrepublic.com/article/144237/malicious-politics-millennial-bashing