During class, a common theme across Edmond’s legislative delegation was building and maintaining relationships in your personal and professional endeavors. How can you engage consistently in your community to accomplish strong and meaningful relationships?
We are continuing on our cultural food tour, but moving to Japan this Thursday. Please join us to enjoy something new.
Spring Rolls with Hoisin Sauce Shrimp $3.25
Musubi (see pic) Single $4.00
Chocolate Chip Cookie . . .
Tomato & Chickpea salad $3.75
Indian Fried Rice Veg $4.25
Sooji Halway 8oz $2.00
16 oz $4.00
“To be or not to be” might be the most well-known quote of Hamlet describing the contemplation about existence. Just in few words, this quote shows the hesitation, the insecurity, and even the complexity in emotions of the one saying it, the prince of Denmark, Hamlet. Seen as the most psychological and even philosophical play of Shakespeare’s . . .
As adult learners and veterans we have a framework of reference for life. It may seem easy to transfer the skills you learned in the military to civilian life problem solving but, how does this help us in the classroom?
Just kidding. Kind of.
I beg the reader to implore a modern concept to an amberized character by asking, was the Prince of Denmark a Nice Guy? Possibly dabbled in incel territory? What do all these words even mean? By speed running Feminism 101 via history as well as taking a close look at Hamlet’s dialogue towards his mom Mrs. Hamlet, and ex-girlfriend . . .
That is Hamlet’s famous question, and my question to you, dear reader, is whether you think Hamlet has lost his mind since the death of his father.
Okay, I’ll backtrack. Most of us know Shakespeare, and most of us know that he wrote Hamlet, but not everyone will have had the privilege of reading Hamlet in high school.
So, . . .
Both Representative Pae and Cruz discussed working across the aisle and engaging with individuals who do not necessarily share your ideas and perspectives. How as a leader, can you work effectively in a group or community with ideas and perspectives which differ from you own?
Thank you for helping us start the year off great on Tuesday! We will be open again on Thursday and serving:
Biryani (Indian Rice dish) – You can choose vegetarian or chicken
Tres Leches Cake
Of course, we still have our Turkey Central sandwich, cheese panini (AKA grilled cheese) and brownies. We offer take-out or deliver on campus. . . .