Monthly Archives: July 2013

Rustbelt Camaraderie

Last week, I went to the Vacant and Abandoned Property Action Council meeting with a Tom Fitzpatrick, a Wooster alumnus who sits on the council.  We had met up for coffee, and since a component of the Literary Lots project … Continue reading

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Walks and Weddings

Yet another week, gone. Overall, the last week was pretty routine. I’m spending my last couple of weeks working on compiling a book about VSSU and its last 25 years, which will double as the annual report for this year. … Continue reading

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Getting to know & love Ohio City

Hello Scots! Well, it’s week three of my APEX Fellowship in Cleveland, and I must say that my parallel parking skills have improved drastically. I even managed to parallel park downtown this morning – in my Chevy Venture minivan, believe … Continue reading

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The Bag Lady

I’ve reached a state of total exhaustion.   Between the heat, days that are frequently containing at least 10 or 11 hours of work, two consecutive whirlwind trips to Kolkata, and late night meetings with my boss, I am pretty … Continue reading

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Rain to Wash the Sweat Away

Well, I can happily say that I was wrong about my evening walks. They can, in fact, go past “hellos” and smiles.  A few days ago, I met a nice man who owns a small shop in town, and he … Continue reading

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Stepping out of the Wooster Bubble

Two years into my college experience, I am used to feeling pretty comfortable on a daily basis.  I know life at the College of Wooster.  I know the quickest walking routes to class, at least one professor in every department, and how to make … Continue reading

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