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Hi, PeopleAnnie

Sat, 10 May 2008 17:47:08 +0000

now that we’ve all but bit the dust [hey Sven, when are you coming back from China, anyway?] it would be nice to say that we never think about this project any more because we’re big, bad Bachelors-holders, But! That’s simply untrue! I think about it all the time, and even though my interest in […](image)

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Across The Great Divide (just grab your hat and take that ride)mwoodsh

Wed, 29 Aug 2007 17:50:07 +0000

  Ok, I’m going to hijack the blog. If anyone has an issue with this, I suggest posting.   Yet another personal story intro: Last week, a friend came to visit and had in tow a friend she had made while working at a summer camp these past few months. For days we talked about […](image)

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ACTIVITY! (sort of.)mwoodsh

Tue, 14 Aug 2007 00:05:04 +0000

one of the first foundations taught in anthropology is that culture is not fixed, that it is as transient as the people who possess it and is freely manipulated to the extent that collective consciousness will allow. but what is often skimmed over and tossed around with cultural relativism is people’s desire to be fixed. […](image)

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Tue, 19 Jun 2007 06:48:50 +0000

This is, in part, a response to Megan’s Morose June 7th Entry re: motivation. I assumed at one point that I really would miss School, after I graduated successfully and had settled into a mediocre routine of a day-time retail job and nightly feel-good hangouts with the friends that I neglected for the last two […](image)

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eyes like neon signs, flashing open all the time.mwoodsh

Thu, 07 Jun 2007 13:55:40 +0000

tis a shame here. our blood and sweat is dead. perhaps it’s only our brains, that’s my secret wish. i want to rant, but for the first time in a long while, i gots nothing.  minorly depressing but mighty freeing…do you ever get motivation back? or is life just a long slide to total apathetical […](image)

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a little reminder from your friendsmwoodsh

Thu, 26 Apr 2007 23:50:28 +0000

comment, please. part of our goal with this project is engagement with what is being posted about online and thought about offline. visitors or writers, both are on a level playing field on our site. we have heard the line “only undergrads” enough to disbelieve it, so don’t be shy: none of us really knows […](image)

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Meet Rahelsven07

Thu, 19 Apr 2007 06:25:16 +0000

Rahel , a pseudonym, is a first generation Ethiopian-American. She views the expatriated Ethiopian community in the context of a huge social network. And, as a member of that community she understands many currents that run through the community. Most notably, Rahel agrees with my hypothesis that Ethiopians move to DC for the social networking […](image)

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The Gun Gamemwoodsh

Thu, 19 Apr 2007 04:32:31 +0000

I am so pained to feel inspired to write another post about death, but after Monday’s events…I feel resigned to do so. Thoughts and prayers to VA Tech’s campus will not heal the wounds, but there is little else we, collectively as a populace, can immediately do. Stunned, shocked, lost, scared, worried, troubled…enraged. You name […](image)

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Wed, 18 Apr 2007 14:39:10 +0000

Last week I attended a panel discussion called: “I remember AU When… The Age of Protest.” The panelists were three graduates of American University from the 1960s and ’70s. After eating Swedish meatballs, checking out the slide show, and listening to The Grateful Dead’s “Casey Jones,” they gave a somewhat interesting presentation on the political […](image)

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A slight deviation from topicAnnieCobrasnake Easter

Mon, 16 Apr 2007 06:01:19 +0000

As many of you are aware, this past weekend was Easter, and so for purposes of appeasement (appeasing my conscience mostly; I’m sure God has no tally on my church attendance- or lack thereof!) I attended services. Given my family-at-large’s current preclusion towards Orthodoxy, I went to the Pascha services at St. Sophia Greek Orthodox […](image)

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