"Skateboard academic sargoth"
"are you a virtue ethicist"
Not all contributions to a project have to be big or huge to be meaningful; sometimes, the mere act of someone being around to tinker with the project is enough to signal to those involved that things are still moving and in progress
This goes for both big projects with many people, and for small ones where you are the only one involved
the new semester has started, and the familiar rituals are starting to kick in. over the years, however, said rituals have matured, ever so slightly, taking on new forms
which is to say, those who used to ask the strangely large university facebook group "hey, does anyone have the course books for course x" have transitioned into "hey, does anyone need the course books for course x"
'tis all part of the circle of university life
Knowledge-based decision making
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I am become the skateboard academic, surveyor of words
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