December 8, 2019
Weekly Newsletter #50: It’s the Finals Week Countdown
Clock Guy: “!!!”Source: My Brain 19 | Penelope Peru Photography
It’s the finals week countdown, ba-na-na-na, duh-duh-duh-duh-duh, ba-na-na-nah, duh-duh dut-duh dut duh-duh… Yeah, we’ve kinda lost our marbles this week, too. Three cheers for being a student!
We began this week by inviting you to send us questions for our upcoming Q+A! This is the last week that we’ll be accepting questions, so don’t delay – send ’em on over. We’re willing to answer anything.
On Tuesday, we tuned-in to London pop artist Ebony Buckle’s latest single, “Susan,” a bright and cheery track about her imaginary friend and alter ego.
On Saturday, Hala Karim shared her experiences as a charter school teacher and discussed the challenges faced by her and her colleagues in privatized education.
Going forward, we’ll be full steam ahead now that finals are behind us (for the most part).
We’ll be releasing our review of The Marriage of Figaro this week and we have a special guest lined up for our upcoming Tune-In Tuesdays, so keep an eye and an ear out!
In the meantime, why not give our highlights of the month a peak on Penelope Peru Photography? We’ve even got a playlist for you to enjoy while you browse. 😉
Until next week,
burgundy bug >:^)
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