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Creative dislocations

Today I attended the memorial service of an old teacher of mine, John Fish. He was an activist, teacher, pastor, co-founder of the ACM Urban Studies Program, founder of the Princeton Project ’55. He was on boards and an active … Continue reading

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“We’re the Asian Girls”

At the end of the year, the students present a monument project to the rest of the class. After our trip to DC and a whole year dealing with lots of big ideas, it seems to be the best culminating … Continue reading

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I went to a funeral yesterday to celebrate the life of a secretary at school who had just retired about a year and a half ago. On my way to the service I was feeling melancholy and gloomy. I was … Continue reading

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