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It’s that time of the year: classes end tomorrow, final projects are due soon, exams are nearly upon us. Stress is the name of the game now for all students, and I’m feeling it. But it’s not just my unwritten … Continue reading
The word thank comes from the Old English thanc, which means gratitude. The word gratitude comes from the Latin gratus, which is preserved as a root in other modern words such as agree, congratulate, grace, gratuitous, and ingratiate. A quick list of things for which I give thanks this year: … Continue reading