Sunday, June 25, 2006


From the Alternative Fluorescent Reality at, this is Madwise.

Today I would like to highlight the academic achievement of one Hannah Truett, a
Virginia community college student. As you can see by this, she is now a published academic (her father mentioned, in response, that he is a published poet and a produced playwright, but I find such alliteration to be excessive). Her "Text Report" for second semester freshman English composition was selected to become another of the units of study available for future students to write essays about. I believe the Oglethorpe University Museum of Art's website has a copy of the video interview (the subject of the report) available for download, but I can't get their site to load, so I can't give you a link.

In other news: as can be seen in this pdf, Hannah Truett has also been chosen to receive a scholarship for the coming academic year, so things are going well for her. If you are interested, you can also see the names of anyone else who got a scholarship and how much it is worth.

There are no new developments in the wooden butter knife.

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