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An Architect of Freedom

Congratulations to our Headstones and History colleague and mentor Tom Duckenfield. His work in the field of African American genealogy is outstanding, and the history of Robert Carter certainly reframes the story of what might have been if others had followed his lead. To learn more about Tom’s research visit https://www.cnn.com/2021/09/05/us/robert-carter-iii-deed-of-gift-slavery-anniversary/index.html

A Girus?!

TIL that a girus is a thing. It’s literally a giant virus that got its own cringey name. What’s also a thing is knowing how to use semicolons, colons, and commas on the ACT English section. Those punctuation marks play a big role in that section, so make sure you have the rules down cold! https://www.americanscientist.org/article/giant-viruses

Press Pause

On the SAT reading sections, you always have to read carefully, but sometimes you will need to stop and figure out what a sentence means before moving to the next sentence or paragraph. Even strong readers will need to pause and consider. That’s normal. The reading passages are tough, but frequently pretty interesting and occasionally …

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Quality Over Quantity

As we move toward the upcoming SAT and ACT, please focus on the quality of your review rather than the quantity. Know what you are striving to achieve when you begin each session: be direct and specific. Here’s an interesting piece that we should all consider as our lives get busier: https://www.oliverburkeman.com/fourhours

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