By Jenny Ortiz As the Freeway Flyer, I’m realizing just how post-modern my life is—constantly deconstructing, reconstructing, dissecting, and redeveloping the collage of life experiences to state to my Department.
by Monica Yant Kinney Cecilia Ready lives up to her name. We’d just started talking about what it’s like to be a 70-year-old adjunct professor working through a third bout of.
By Jenny Ortiz Remember the high school locker and how convenient it was? Books and jackets were left behind and locked up tight. My locker, although messy, was notorious for.
By Jenny Ortiz Given that classes during winter sessions are so short, missing a class or two can mean failing the class. Currently at LaGuardia, my students and I have.
By Jenny Ortiz Student 1 is always 2 minutes late because her job won't let her leave early. Student 2 has never been to the museum. Student 3 is pledging.
By Jenny Ortiz Most of your students don't know who Chuck Norris is. Many of them don't watch as much television as you think. The only reading they do is.