Author Archives: Mr. Morrison

Senior Portrait Retake Day, 9/23

Must have appointment!

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Homecoming Dance, 9/23

8 P.M.

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Homecoming Week, 9/17-9/23

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Old Books Reborn as Art

Courtesy of ideas.TED.com: “To create new art, Brian Dettmer trashes old books. The painter-turned-sculptor (TED Talk: Old books reborn as art) takes outdated reference materials such as textbooks and encyclopedias, seals them with varnish, then carves away at their pages with an … Continue reading

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10 Travel Books for National Read a Book Day

Courtesy of The Guardian: To celebrate a day for reading, we pick the recently released travel volumes, from a journey round the Hebrides to a vivid picture of the teeming streets of Kolkata. In Search of Nice Americans, by Geoff … Continue reading

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Multiculturalism Around the World

Courtesy of the Baku International Humanitarian Forum: “Etibar Najafov – Professor at Baky Slavic University: Multiculturalism is a policy which recognizes cultural pluralism and promotes to it. It is connected with respect of rights of all population of a country not depending … Continue reading

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These Sunglasses Are Also Solar Panels

Courtesy of Curiosity.com: “Solar power may have a long way to go if it’s going to become our primary source of energy, but there’s no doubt it is going to play a larger and larger role as time goes on. … Continue reading

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Abandoned States: Idyllic Postcards turn into Ruins

Courtesy of DCist.com: “I found the old matchbook lying on a desk. It was buried under some papers, beside a thick, water-logged book frozen solid in the January chill. I ran my fingers down its spine and read the title: … Continue reading

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These Overlaps In Time Will Make You Question Your History Skills

Courtesy of Curiosity.com: Would it surprise you to know that Nintendo was founded just a year after Jack the Ripper’s killing spree? What about the fact that Pablo Picasso died years after the release of the first Beatles album? Or … Continue reading

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Shimen International Kite Festival

Courtesy of the North Coast & Guanyinshan National Scenic Area: “Every year kite hobbyists from all over Taiwan and overseas flock to Shimen Kite Park for this major event on the international kite flying calendar. During the festival the sky … Continue reading

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