Archive for January, 2014
Are you beginning to browse seed catalogs?
Dreaming about the planting season to come?
Getting eager to get into the dirt?
Once we thaw… cover cropping is a way to prepare your soil for spring,
and to reunite yourself with the garden.
Join us Thursday, January 16th to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
7-8:30pm Shearer Hall
Viola Kimbrough Parker Diversity Awards
Dance and Poetry performances
Panel Discussion: “Past, Present, and Future:
Looking at Mitchell in light of Dr. King’s Work”
Reception in Montgomery Student Union
immediately following program
Refreshments and Music
Hope to see you there!
Best wishes for a successful, balanced semester!
Have a wonderful adventure…
“Real learning is not something added,
it is a reorganization of the system.
New nets and assemblies occur, loops form,
alternate pathways develop.
The viewed world is different, and so is the viewer.”
Joanna MacyImage Credit: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/4-kaleidoscope-stained-glass-window-series-amy-cicconi.hmtl