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27 Jun Debbie Yow named AD

I enjoyed taking pictures at the press conference when our new chancellor named Debbie Yow, currently the athletic director at the University of Maryland, as the new NCSU athletic director. I was always a big fan of all that Debbie's sister, Kay, did on and off the court as women’s basketball coach until she died...

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18 Jan All I Ever Needed to Know

Back in 1986, Robert Fulghum released his book, All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten. It was an instant success because of its common sense approach to life. He reminded people: "Share everything. Play fair. Clean up your own mess. Say you're sorry when you hurt somebody. When you go out in the...

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05 Oct Perfectly unenjoyable

I just had a perfectly unenjoyable experience. And, surprise, it had to do with my Intel-based MacBook Pro. Now, I've been Mac loyal since about five years after my dad brought home a Macintosh from Motorola to play with back in the holiday season of 1985, I think. It was a cute "toy." Complete with MacWrite,...

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27 Sep Good teaching

Marshall Brain said "Good teachers always possess these three core qualities: knowledge, the ability to convey to students an understanding of that knowledge, and the ability to make the material interesting and relevant to students. Complementing these three is a fourth quality: good teachers have a deep-seated concern and respect for the students in the...

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10 Aug Local news is where it’s at

"We still think community newspapers have an audience and it's not going away," Richard Connor, publisher of The Times Leader in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., said. "There will always be an audience for local news." Amen. It's this thinking that will keep newspapers alive for a long time to come. The regional newspapers such as the Boston Globe, the Raleigh...

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27 Jul Having fun

My photojournalism class at Virginia Tech had a great time. And the students took some really quality images. Perhaps the most fun is working with people like Matt Johnson formerly of Oakton High School in Virginia and soon to be a freshman at Wake Forest. Great talent. Fun personality. It makes all the hassles with...

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