Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Do you think you know how to communicate with today's student? Can you text speak, relate to slang, understand all the technology and make sense of the pop culture references? Keeping up with this population is a constant challenge. This is why waking up early in Vegas to learn more tips on becoming the Big Marketer on Campus from Kim Cory and Dan Oltersdorf will be worth only getting 3 hours...
Thursday, May 12, 2011
Cream soda Dum Dum lollipops don’t excite me as they once did—mostly because I am no longer 5 and I want a treat larger than my thumb nail—but when I see a Mystery Flavor floating around in a bag of boring oranges and strawberries, I have to open it.
On a good day, my curiosity is rewarded with an exotic taste concoction other than the company’s 16 traditional flavors. German chocolate cake,...
Friday, May 6, 2011
It was Halloween freshman year of college. Most of my dormmates were stripping down to bits of string and cloth—items that, put together, would only pass for a “costume” at a nudist colony (or college)—and going to a party off-campus.
I, on the other hand, was adjusting my bonnet—the final touch of my Martha Washington ensemble—and doing a few calisthenics in preparation for two grueling hours...
Thursday, April 28, 2011
At the age of six or seven, I watched the movie “The Electric Grandmother.” It was a film that would shake me to my core.
The 1982 horror movie masquerading as a “touching” made-for-TV special is about a family of children who learn to cope with the death of their mother in the most heartwarming and logical of ways: they go to a factory and order an electric (read: android freak) grandmother to...