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|Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017|
Chinese for Beginners
Well begun is half done.
To start learning the Chinese language one should choose the right Chinese textbook for beginners. I tried plenty of them as many of you did, but I must confess that the best one is Open the Door to Chinese Book 1 by Polina Shinkina.
The textbook has different unique exercises, including those on the Chinese numerals, the Chinese Character Decomposition Guidance, List of Used Chinese characters with their meanings and vocabularies.
This Chinese textbook for beginners was written by a highly professional teacher who knows how to make complicated things very simple and understandable.
The preview and details of the textbook are available in Open the Door to Chinese Book 1 by Polina Shinkina http://www.lulu.com/content/e-book/open-the-door-to-chinese-book-1/18834317
and on http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/polina985
|Sunday, May 23rd, 2010|
|Thursday, May 6th, 2010|
For Sale! - Lowered prices!
I'm getting out of Dodge and need to sell off some stuffs by May 14
. Everything listed below with photos are that price or best offer. Cash only.
Everything smells clean because I will have scrubbed them down before giving them to you. Comment your interest!
|Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009|
Talent needed in Indiana! Easy weekend work!
We are looking for friendly people to work inside of a large retail store 2 weekends a month. This promotion is going on June through Novemeber. You do not have to work every month, but we would love to work with you for as many as possible! You will be chatting with shoppers about products and handing out free samples, very easy stuff! The pay is $12/hr.
I only have dates this far for June and July:
June 13-14 & June 20-21
July 11-12, 18-19
Times for saturdays are from 10:30am-3:15pm and sundays from 11:30-4:15pmIn order to share detailed event information with you and add you to the roster, please visit http://www.atnpromo.com and create a profile with us by clicking "Join our team" in the upper right hand conner.
Doing this is absolutely and always free, we keep your information private, and we do not send you soliciting e-mails. By registering you are simply becoming a part of our database of potential event staff, and we are then able to share detailed event info with you.
Even if you are not available for June, please go ahead and make a profile so that we may work with you in the future.
If you know of anyone else that might be interested in working on the weekends please have them make a profile as well, we are looking for a few people and we can pay you a $25 bonus just for referring someone who ends up working the program.
I'm very anxious to finalize the roster for this event, so please e-mail me back ASAP once your profile is complete so I can e-mail you all of the details (the company you will be representing, exact location, attire, etc), as this event is right around the corner.
Thanks and I look forward to working with you!
|Tuesday, January 20th, 2009|
|Tuesday, December 16th, 2008|
|Tuesday, November 18th, 2008|
Poetry Slam Tomorrow Night!
This is just a quick reminder that the Bloomington Poetry Slam is tomorrow night (Wednesday) at Rachael's Cafe! Check out the flyer for more information. You can check out the MATRIX site for more info as well. We need poets! We need judges! We need witnesses! Hope to see everyone there!
|Thursday, November 13th, 2008|
|Sunday, October 26th, 2008|
|Tuesday, October 14th, 2008|
|Friday, October 3rd, 2008|
|Thursday, October 2nd, 2008|
Poetry From Abroad and Open Mic
You are invited to this free event:One World (or Another)
Joelle Petrus will be the featured reader, sharing poems written during and inspired by her time in the Peace Corps in Burkina Faso and her time in Cairo.
John (Fish) Isbell will open for Ms. Petrus, sharing poetry inspired by his time living in England and traveling Europe.
As always, there will be an open mic, where we invite you to share your poetry, music, comedy, or performance art.Friday, October 3, 6:00PM at Rachael's Cafe (300 East 3rd Street, Bloomington, IN)
|Friday, September 5th, 2008|
|Friday, May 30th, 2008|
|Wednesday, May 28th, 2008|
Just thought I'd say hi--I'm an incoming master's student in music theory, and I graduated last month from the University of Michigan (insert basketball joke here) Any other theory, or at least Jacobs, people here?
I was also going to post asking if I'm completely screwed because I don't have housing yet, but seeing as how every other post on here is about housing, I thought that would be kind of obnoxious. We're taking a trip to look at apts in mid-June and I've heard that, at least compared to Ann Arbor, the housing is dirt cheap (well, anything is cheaper than Ann Arbor) so I'm not terribly worried...yet...
It's nice to meet you all, and I'm sure I'll be bombarding you with more noob questions in the near future!
|Thursday, May 22nd, 2008|
Housing near E 10th St
I'm a newly admitted graduate student from a neighboring state and I am, in a word, freaking out about housing. I don't know what the housing season is like in Bloomington, but I suspect that the longer it takes me to find a place, the less options I will have.
So to you kind Bloomingtonians (is this the correct word?), have you heard of any places available in the west IU area? I'm looking for a place near the Informatics building (E 10th St and Woodlawn) or the Business college.
Any help you can give will be appreciated!! Current Mood: worried
|Tuesday, April 15th, 2008|
Poetry Reading This Thursday!
There will be a grand poetry reading this Thursday! Here is the low-down:Thursday, April 17
(300 E. 3rd St.
There will also be an Open Mic so bring your poems. And get there early to make on to the list!
Check out the flyer below!
|Saturday, April 12th, 2008|
*waves* I'm planning on attending IU this fall for grad school (speech and hearing sciences for the interested) and I'm checking out my housing options. I've lived in an apartment on campus at my current university for the past three years, but was wondering people's thoughts/experiences with the apartments on campus. I've looked at the information on the website and it leaves me lukewarm.
So what's the deal? Should I attempt to search for an apartment off campus from across the country (or attempt to fly down during the summer to find something)? Suck it up and go back to dorm life where I can't cook my own food? Or are the apartments on campus generally okay? Any information at all regarding campus housing would be greatly appreciated!
And while I'm here covering pointless minutiae (and to avoid spamming the comm), any thoughts on cell phone companies/coverage? For example, when I lived in Arkansas, Sprint was to be avoided because coverage sucked once you drove twenty minutes outside of town; while in Portland, Sprint is a great choice, but Qwest is to be avoided if you plan on driving anywhere outside of Portland that is not in a Seattle direction.
If you've made it to the end you deserve a cookie. So I will bake you some when I arrive (if I have a kitchen)? :D
|Friday, April 4th, 2008|
Bloomington housing question
I am a grad student in my 30's moving to Bloomington this fall with my husband and a pet. I made a visit in January and have since returned to Alaska. I need to set up a rental before my arrival. Has anyone had experiences with renting through Millenium Property Management? They have several properties that look nice online. Feel free to email me directly.
|Wednesday, February 20th, 2008|