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Vulgar Language Demeans Our Society

By Correct On Campus / June 30, 2022 / Comments Off on Vulgar Language Demeans Our Society

The January 6 House Select Committee hearings have yielded shocking revelations, but one of the biggest disappointments for me is learning that many of our highest-ranking officials and their staffers have extremely limited vocabularies. I’m talking about the ubiquitous use of the f-word. What was once the most incendiary “naughty” word, one that is exceedingly…

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Revoking A Recognition

By Correct On Campus / February 2, 2021 / Comments Off on Revoking A Recognition

Revoking an honorary degree is a very serious and highly unusual occurrence but that is exactly what Middlebury College, an elite private school in Vermont, did in January. Rudy Giuliani, the college’s commencement speaker and honorary degree recipient in 2005 was presented the honor for his leadership as mayor of New York City after the…

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Jumping Into What’s Next

By Correct On Campus / October 19, 2020 / Comments Off on Jumping Into What’s Next

Jumping off the high dive was the final test to earn an advanced swimming certificate and I was determined to get mine, a prerequisite of my goal to become a Red Cross Water Safety Instructor so that I could qualify for future summer jobs teaching swimming lessons. At 5 meters high (16.4 feet) just the…

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Celebrating 100 Years of Women’s Voting Rights

By Correct On Campus / August 18, 2020 / Comments Off on Celebrating 100 Years of Women’s Voting Rights

Amendment 19 of the United States Constitution ratified 100 years ago today: “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.” August 18, 1920    

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Smiling Voices, Smiling Eyes

By Correct On Campus / August 6, 2020 / Comments Off on Smiling Voices, Smiling Eyes

A simple trip to the grocery story while wearing a face mask is a lesson in how much we rely on smiles and friendly nods to communicate with others. Our facial expressions send potent non-verbal messages that convey everything from friendly greetings to subtle traffic-directing acknowledgments that keep the flow of carts and people moving…

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Flying is Squeaky Clean

By Correct On Campus / July 28, 2020 / Comments Off on Flying is Squeaky Clean

I flew last weekend for the first time since Covid-19 upended life. It’s a strange new world, but one that I believe we’ve got to engage with if we are ever going to move forward. I flew Delta, and I must say, I’ve never felt so clean! The first big change is the absence of…

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Repave Your Parking Lot Now

By Correct On Campus / May 18, 2020 / Comments Off on Repave Your Parking Lot Now

I’ve noticed many restaurants in our area have taken advantage of the time they’ve been Covid closed to redecorate, update, and re-do infrastructure such as parking lots, projects that have likely been on the “to do” list for a long time, but that would be disruptive to perform under normal circumstances. Their investment demonstrates confidence…

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A Very Special Event Well Shared

By Correct On Campus / November 6, 2019 / Comments Off on A Very Special Event Well Shared

Every special events planner dreams about someday creating a signature annual event, one that has long-lasting and meaningful impact. Often, it’s a fund-raising event for an important cause. Women in our town have created signature events in support of the symphony, to fight breast cancer, and to build neonatal care facilities at a local hospital.…

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We Could All Use A Peach Corps

By Correct On Campus / January 31, 2019 / Comments Off on We Could All Use A Peach Corps

Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is one of my favorite places. It is a clean, friendly model of efficiency, organization, well-curated shops, eating establishments, and services. On top of that, it’s pretty swell as a first-rate international airport. This week, it is also a model for special events planners tasked with organizing major events. It is…

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Build Better Bylaws

By Correct On Campus / January 21, 2019 / Comments Off on Build Better Bylaws

Bylaws define the rules of non-profit entities and understanding them is essential to success for advancement professionals who serve as alumni association or foundation executive directors or as members of other non-profit boards. Simply put, bylaws are a set of rules established by an organization to regulate itself. They define the group’s purpose, who its…

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