Category Archives: Blogs

Colin Rafferty 2015-05-24 03:42:06

February 1, 2016, from Break Away Books/Indiana University Press! “Equal parts elegy, tragedy and history, Rafferty traces the distance between regret and remembering, and by doing so, writes his own monument; one that reminds us of what we’ve lost, and what we don’t dare lose again.” —B. J. Hollars, author of This Is Only a […]

Why haven’t you started to learn yet?

Now that the semester is over and my chair time comes to an end I am left with one last semester of seeing student evaluations for the entire department. While looking over the student comments I am left wondering how we are raising our children in the U.S.A and where we are going as a […]

No Judgement Just Friendship

What I really should be doing is working on summer school but instead I have been pondering friendships. Specifically, the ripple effects of the divorce on my friendships. You change so much that you can’t expect your friendships not to change along with your own changes. I have found the friendships that I thought I […]

Policy & Politics in the Community

Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) The healthcare field and the public are well aware of MRSA. An up and coming organism is a Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) that could become the next MRSA. CRE is considered normal flora in the human gut (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases, & Division … Continue reading Policy & Politics in the Community