Author Archives: Monica Freeman Holb

Pardon our absence

We haven’t stopped reading, but we have stopped posting. Since last time we were around, the country’s changed. Here’s a bit of what we’ve appreciated in the last few weeks. “A Lesson From The Army On Making Sense Of The … Continue reading

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LA Hump Day Links: March 27, 2013

Another week, another Wednesday. And plenty of good reading ’round the web. “My Job Search: A Millennial Looks for Work,” by Emilie Shumway at The Point.  We’ve all been here, it seems, but we haven’t all taken the personal vs. professional … Continue reading

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LA Hump Day Links: March 7, 2013

Just like the federal government–but unlike Sen. Rand Paul–we apparently took yesterday off for a whole lot of nothing. But, readers, you win. We came across a few good reads in our down time, and we hope you enjoy. “In … Continue reading

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LA Hump Day Links: February 13, 2012

It’s Valentine’s Day Eve, so you should either be falling further in love with your honey or further in love with the words of great writers. Either way, enjoy your valentine. Rich White People Get Latino To Do Some Work … Continue reading

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Post-LA Hump Day Links: January 24, 2012

Inaugural Week means a few good reads: “Grading the Inaugural Address,” by Scott Jaschik at Inside Higher Ed. President Obama may have felt quite a bit of pressure to give his big address on Monday, but he may not have known … Continue reading

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