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What if every school had a scrap store?

I recently came across an article from The Atlantic covering the recent re-emergence of "adventure playgrounds" in the U.K. The concept, originally popularized in the 1940's, is the direct opposite of traditional playgrounds that dot suburban neighborhoods, with their plastic equipment and piles of wood chips that encourage standard, structured … [Keep reading]


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I've been meaning to blog about so much as of late. How the Democratic race for President has been pissing me off, my thoughts on the Oscars and the state of higher education in the United States today. However, I've been writing more than usual … [Keep reading]

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For weeks, I've been trying to put into words my experience working at Gangplank, but they seem to always escape me. Thankfully, someone else provided them for me. Friday morning I was labeling desks, in order to move them more efficiently back … [Keep reading]

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