Category Archives: Contingency plans

The Sky(pe) is the Limit

Last week, I went to California to speak at a seminar at UCSB. This created a small problem for me:  I would miss both of the classes I teach on that day. Having someone substitute teach a Calculus I class … Continue reading

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Fool me once…

Last Friday, Mother Nature decided to play her own April Fools joke on much of the Northeast: a snowstorm. I live in Portland, ME, which is a 45 minute commute to Bates College. If it weren’t for a brave friend … Continue reading

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