South Of The Border

It has been 6 months and no one from the new Presidency has visited the southern border. Finally, they are going this Friday to figure out what can be done to stop the surge of illegal aliens from entering the United States. But why on earth is the VP only going to El Paso, TX,… Continue reading South Of The Border

The Girls Who Went Away

Here is a really interesting book called, ‘The Girls Who Went Away’ by author Anne Fessler based on the women she interviewed to share their illegitimate pregnancy story. Many of them were not permitted to talk about their circumstances back then, but later on these women over time eventually found their own voice to raise… Continue reading The Girls Who Went Away

Pandamedic Diseases

For from him and through him and to him are all things. To him be glory forever. Amen. Romans 11:36 Due to the rise of the coronavirus virus I decided to not only pray for a cure, but to share what the Bible states about pandemic illnesses. Sometimes God uses illnesses to show us His… Continue reading Pandamedic Diseases

IBM Ai Jackie Pup

I am super excited to announce that I will be having an IBM guest speaker to one of my technology classes this coming Friday at 11am in LIB 303 classroom. I can’t wait to see my students faces light up by having a real live very special and famous puppy in class. Lorraine Trapani is… Continue reading IBM Ai Jackie Pup

Tablets in Prisons

Recently, I learned that some N.Y. prisoners now have access to JPay's Lantern tablets. Some people agree that technology is helping behavior of prisoners and some would prefer to restrict inmates from having anything. I like to share the benefits of technology in prisons. It is a proven fact that education reduces recidivism rate. Many… Continue reading Tablets in Prisons

Artificial Intelligence

Will AI ultimately will destroy our world? I proposed this question to my students at Mercy College for this week for discussion forum. Let's examine the definition of AI, which is "the theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and… Continue reading Artificial Intelligence

Screen Time

How much time online is too much? This week my classes are studying digital communication with students by reviewing the guidelines of net etiquette and the importance of using it. My students prefer Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter over Facebook. The students taught me today how to view how much time an individual spends online via… Continue reading Screen Time

Library Literacy Day 3

Do you like to read? So when is the last time you went to the local library? Today's class we will be covering how to source scholarly books and academic journals. We will also be looking peer reviews on books about their assigned topics for more research. We covered active reading strategies and learned about… Continue reading Library Literacy Day 3

Home Socializing Dory

Day 2 of home socialzing GEB GSD Puppy Dory. Joys, puppies have a 5am wake-up call. I now appreciate Shadow's 7am wake-up calls a lot more. Dory is a very active pup, but like any 8-week old pup, they do need naps, just like a toddler. Shadow and Dory are having a blast playing together.… Continue reading Home Socializing Dory

Live to be a Blessing

Unfortunately, I experienced bullying in a past work environment. Learning what people truly thought of me was very disheartening. Up to now, nobody knows this, but me. Please know that absolutely no one has the right to bully or intimidate others while at work, but it happens daily to employees. It is every manager's job… Continue reading Live to be a Blessing