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Weekly Update – March 28, 2010

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Happy Spring San Jacinto College Community!

I hope each of you had a relaxing and enjoyable Spring Break and have come back refreshed and ready to assist our students in completing the spring semester. We are at that time when those extra words of encouragement, assignment in the tutoring center, or mandatory study group work might move a student closer to successful completion. Read the rest of this entry »

Good morning,

I hope you enjoyed Valentine’s Day this weekend and shared some time with your special someone.  This weekend also was the kickoff of the Winter Olympics. It was exciting to watch Apollo Ohno make history by obtaining his sixth medal in the men’s short-track racing and tying Bonnie Blair for the most medals won in the winter Olympics. The tragedy Friday on the luge track shocked and horrified us, and we are confronted with just how precious and short that life really is. Read the rest of this entry »

Weekly Update – January 24, 2010

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Hello San Jac!

I hope you had a great weekend and that your are enjoying the second week of this blog.  I had a comment that it was difficult to find the weekly updates so I’ve made some changes to the blog and hope you find your way a little easier.  I also have gotten some comments about why I send or post the updates on Sundays.  Please note that I don’t expect any of you to read them on Sundays, but it really gives me time to reflect on the past week in the quiet of the weekend.  My goal is to post before Monday morning. Read the rest of this entry »

Good morning and here’s to a wonderful and blessed 2010!!

 The first week in the new decade started out busy (just the way 2009 ended) and with a lot of excitement. As I reflect on the happenings of the week, they are best described by the term “economic development.” Read the rest of this entry »