Monthly Archives: July 2014

What I Learned: July 25

I Died Today by Duke Roberts. The most beautifully, heartbreaking thing I’ve read in a long time. I’ve read it at least five times. I can’t make it past the first picture without tearing up. On one hand, I love … Continue reading

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What I Learned: July 12

I really enjoyed the Born in the USA 4 Mile run I ran on the 4th (at 7:44 am) in Columbia, SC. I finished in 40:22 which was much better than I was expecting, considering I ran a trail run … Continue reading

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What I Learned: July 4

IPTAY dues are increasing this year. For you non-Clemson folk, IPTAY is Clemson’s athletic scholarship fund that allows donors to buy season tickets before they go on sale to the general public. It originally stood for I Pay Ten (dollars) … Continue reading

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2nd Quarter Report – 2014

So we meet again, July. I’m no fan of summer. It’s easily my least favorite season. But something about the first week or two of July is pretty magical. July 4th gives Americans a reason to feel patriotic and recklessly … Continue reading

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