Monthly Archives: January 2017

Winner Wednesday: What Do You Do With An Idea?

What Do You Do With An Idea? Written by: Kobi Yamada Illustrated by: Mae Besom What Do You Do With An Idea? is an Independent Publisher’s Award Winning story that encourages children to continue to use and follow their imagination and never doubt the value of their ideas. Although the book primarily is written as […] Continue reading

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A New Age of Artifice

In the fall of 2011, Duke University’s undergraduate literary journal published a rather unassuming poem entitled “For the Bristlecone Snag” (“The Archive”). To the journal’s poetry editors, the poem appeared to be a typical undergraduate work, comprised of several unfulfilled metaphors and awkward turns of phrase. What the editors did not know at the time of publication, however, was that this poem was not written by a human… Continue reading

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Coat of Many Colors by Dolly Parton and illustrated by Brooke Boynton-Hughes

  In this ten-page picture book, Dolly describes her childhood, and how one day when she was young, someone gave her family a “box of rags” which her mama “put to use.” She describes her mom sewing the pieces of material together to make a coat for her, and how she told her about Joseph’s “coat […] Continue reading

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First Blog for Solar System

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Blog Post #1

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Introduction to My Blog

Hello everybody, I am Guangze Zheng, Vanderbilt class of 2017 and you are reading my first blog for ASTRO2110, the Solar System as well as my first ever blog on wordpress. This site is completely new to me, so please bear with me if I am ignorant of any features or utilities not specifically outlined … Continue reading Introduction to My BlogContinue reading Continue reading

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Introductory Post!

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Introductory Post

photo was taken by: my Dad Saturn: http://spaceaim.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Saturn.png Hey! This is my introductory post and a photo of me from graduation!Continue reading Continue reading

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Welcome!

Hello everybody! My name is Brandon and I am a Physics/Math double major and a Philosophy minor here at Vanderbilt University.Continue reading Continue reading

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