Author Archives: hypatia35
Campus Culture. Misogyny Prelude The vignettes of campus life below seem to be only on the fringe of my experiences. There was so much more! This chapter hops from one skirmish to another, like battles in a war. Terrorists hurled … Continue reading
Choosing College I was privileged to come from a family of working poor and knew that I could survive on very little cash. (I say privileged here because my childhood prepared me for the rest of my life.) All of … Continue reading
Excerpts from the book, Final Exam Jihad. An Opportunity for Loneliness Signals from Mars is a blog where I write about controversial issues. Final Exam Jihad is a heartfelt attempt to explain what it was like to work as a … Continue reading
No Credit – Travel Workshops are Right Around the Corner! Retired in 2014, I thought my academic days were over! It was time to start a new chapter in my life, whatever that was! Post-professor life included four years of … Continue reading
A Professor’s Memoir That May Shock You! Creating this memoir about my career in higher education was both a wrenching and uplifting experience. As I scoured the thousands and thousands of documents that I had saved over decades, I realized … Continue reading
St. Croix. The best place in the world to live! Remains of conquerors, their religions, and big business are on the right and left as you crisscross the 28 mile island. It appears that the very small roads were built … Continue reading
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